Harriet Stubbs is a brilliant pianist. She was voted one of the top three pianists in Britain by Julian Lloyd Webber on ITV’s ‘Britain’s Brilliant Progenies’. Harriet started playing the piano at the age of three — at the age of five she won a full scholarship from the Elsie and Leonard Cross Memorial Foundation to the Guildhall School of Music. At the age of eight she was invited to play at the Blackheath International Piano Festival. She has given solo recitals ever since and all over the world. She has also collaborated and performed with other leading musicians. She is a voting member of the New York Chapter of the Recording Academy and an artist for the T. J. Martell foundation. It was Blake who inspired her debut album Heaven and Hell: The Doors Of Perception (2019). This session is a Q&A with the artist and selections from her performances.