Hello and welcome to Eleanor's website! Here you will find details of her upcoming performances, ensembles she performs with, recordings and more. Do get in touch if you have any questions or if you would like to book Eleanor for a concert.
Welcome especially to those who have met Eleanor in
New Orleans and Sydney. Do keep in touch!
“Eleanor Turner is a very personal artist; she captures the warmness of the South American rhythm and timbres. She is a professional and intelligent performer as well as a mature artist.” Bart van Oort
Did you know? Eleanor has a shopify store where you can purchase CDs and sheet music downloads? https://artsinfusion.myshopify.com/
Four of Eleanor's tried and tested arrangements, for 4 harp ensemble, are available to purchase and download at Harp Column Music. Click here.
Eleanor recently enjoyed a trip to New Orleans, where she performed Deborah Henson-Conant's 'Soñando en Español' concerto, with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by the composer herself! This was at the 41st American Harp Society National Conference; what an amazing and well-organised event to perform at! To view a secret, limited-time only UNLISTED video of this performance, click this link to go to the relevant page on Deborah's blog: http://www.hipharp.com/blog/9039
Next up is the 12th World Harp Congress in Sydney! This will be the fourth WHC that Eleanor has performed at and the furthest away from home. Eleanor is assisting a Baroque Flamenco workshop with Deborah Henson-Conant and performing the Sonando concerto again, this time with chamber ensemble accompaniment.
Eleanor teaches on Ruth Faber's Teenage Harp Course, (this year August 5-9th and at a similar time every year) and will be giving a recital on the course, open to public and students.
Intensive Study: Eleanor invites students from around the world to join her at her home in Stamford for 1-3 days.
Debussy Trio update: Eleanor has now received the wonderful new Carl Swanson edition of the Debussy Trio for flute, viola and harp, beautifully presented in a copy that has some very important changes from the Durand edition, compared to the original Debussy manuscript. For updates on this and similar harpy delights, please follow Eleanor on twitter and like her facebook page (see links below).