Charlotte Harding



The indicator line

fourteen days - balletboyz


driven by the percussive
power of Charlotte Harding’s score
— The Guardian

Choreography - Craig Revel Horwood

Premiered at Sadler's Wells, London

Upcoming Performances:

Photography - Panayiotis Sinnos


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… the arrangements are bold: the melody from Trans-Europe Express rings out of a dizzy whirl of sound, while Autobahn’s smooth pootle is chaotically recast as Mad Max’s morning commute. ...
— The Guardian

kraftwerk re:werk

composed by Charlotte Harding & Lloyd Coleman

Conducted by Charles Hazlewood


... as a demonstration of the enabling power of music technology – both in terms of inclusivity and the range of sounds an orchestra can create – it’s nothing short of a marvel.
— bristol post

Commissioned by The Paraorchestra and Friends and Simple Things
Produced by The Paraorchestra and Friends
Supported by Arts Council England

photography: Lily Holman

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“From our earth’s beginnings, to the connected world we live in today, music has always been a universal means of communication. Bird songs to love songs, ancient scores to film scores, Morse code to coding, ‘CONVO’ explores how music gives us all a voice and our lives a soundtrack.” 


to be premiered at the royal albert hall, 7th march 2019

commissioned by the royal college of music, tri-borough music hub & The royal albert hall




premiered by hannah Marcinowicz

screen & sax II, Kings place, london

in association with dior

... a nod to the femininity of a colour that
unites the ocean depths with the infinity of the celestial vault...
— Dior, Autumn/Winter 2017-18 ready to wear

photography: Paul Marc Mitchell 


Over 100 years of women & the saxophone

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 image courtesy of mike brubaker




launched at the world saxophone congress in Strasbourg, Over 100 years of women & the saxophone' celebrates the pioneering female saxophonists, composers and bandleaders who were integral in developing their instrument, their art and their profession.


in collaboration with saxophonist amy green.


subsequently presented at EurSax, OPorto, The Royal college of Music, The First international conference of women's work in music (Bangor university), THE royal Birmingham conservatoire and the University of aberdeen.


Project updates - @saxophone_women