Gillian Tingay was awarded a scholarship to study with Marisa Robles at the Royal College of Music when she was 15. She now gives solo, duo and chamber recitals and has a varied concerto schedule of classical and modern works.
Her engagements have included concertos with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Orchestra of St. John's Smith Square, the Northern Sinfonia, the Bournemouth Sinfonietta, the Budapest String Orchestra, and the RPO as well as double concertos with Marisa Robles and James Galway. She performed at the first arts festival held in Beirut for twenty years, after the civil war.
Gillian is a member of the highly acclaimed chamber ensemble The Fibonacci Sequence and broadcasts regularly on Radio 3, Classic FM and on television. Gillian's numerous CD recordings include: the flute and harp works of JM Damase, `Fantasie, `Beyond the Dark`, and Harp with the Fibonacci Sequence. Gillian has been the harpist for many TV series and films, including Band of Brothers, Lewis, The Laws of Attraction, Stardust, Young Victoria and Clash of the Titans.