Glain’s career includes winning the Bryn Terfel Scholarship, the Blue Ribbon at the National Eisteddfod, and the “City of Szeged Prize” in the Szeged International Competition, Hungary. She was a string finalist in both the BBC Young Musician and Royal Over-Seas League competitions. Glain studied at the École Normale de Musique de Paris and at the Royal Academy of Music. As a soloist and chamber musician, Glain has played in venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, and has performed as a guest soloist with the European Union Chamber Orchestra. She also toured the United States with the Penrhyn Male Voice Choir as a guest harpist. Glain is currently an artist with “Live Music Now" and teaches at Queen's College London.
Hailed as a harpist “who really nail[s] experimental pop music" (Paste Magazine), Natalie is a classically-trained harpist and recently completed her Master's degree at the Royal Academy of Music. With a versatile background in different genres, she has command of the stage whether it be playing with the King's College Choir in Cambridge, England or performing her own songs in the West Village in NYC. She has participated in festivals in France and has studied with many of the world's leading harpists. She completed her Bachelor's of Music with world-renowned harpist Susann McDonald at Indiana University, where she won the Harp Concerto competition. For the 150th anniversary celebration of Lyon & Healy, the world's leading harp manufacturers, she was invited to participate in masterclasses and perform. Natalie has had a long-standing interest in expanding the harp beyond its traditional classical genre, and spent three years in Nashville where she established herself as a recording harpist and singer/songwriter, performing all over Music City. In March 2016, Natalie released her her debut EP No Mercy in the Night, of which The Huffington Post called the orchestration "remarkably luscious." Natalie actively freelances in London, playing with ensembles such as the Guernsey Symphony Orchestra and is a recipient of the Martin Music Scholarship Fund harp fellowship, administered by the Philharmonia Orchestra.