Savourna Stevenson Savourna Stevenson is a world class exponent of the Scottish harp. As both a virtuoso player and a composer she completely re-writes the rule-books and proves the harp is capable of being pushed beyond its usual limits ... and sometimes doing the seemingly impossible (Taplas).
CD Tweed Journey: A musical journey down the River Tweed from source to sea ... growing from solo harp to seven piece band by the journey's end.
"Stevenson makes the harp sing and swing ... a more adventurous and more skilful performer with each hearing" THE SCOTSMAN
"The most exciting and original commission to come out of Scotland this year" THE INDEPENDENT (1990)
CD Touch Me Like The Sun ... Speaks eloquently of Stevenson's remarkable ability with the harp. Eddi Reader sings the title track and there is a brilliantly conceived suite in three movements for string quartet ... the lively cascading notes of the harp evoke tonalities normally associated with the lute, banjo or Japanese koto. In a class of its own. TIME OUT