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Supriya Nagarajan has a unique voice in the British music scene and creates concept driven immersive music productions that push boundaries and encourage thought. She has performed across the world in various venues like the Harpa in Reykjavik, Royal Albert Hall Casa Da Musica Portugal and the Zee Jaipur Litfest music stage. Her works like Lullaby Sonic Cradle, Sound of Tea and Bollywood Jazz project have won critical acclaim and earned her a niche reputation in the UK and beyond. Her music which is a blend of her South Indian roots and Western contemporary styles have been featured in festivals like the hcmf//, Ultima Oslo and WOMAD. She has released albums under her own label Manasamitra as well as Tokuroku and Come Play With Me. She regularly receives funding from Arts Council England, PRS Foundation and is a vocal advocate of the Fair Access Principles championed by Sound & Music. Supriya runs a successful mentoring scheme for women composers of colour.

    Graduating from Oxford University and the Royal Northern College of music with Distinctions in postgraduate degrees, Lucy was the recipient of a number of prizes and a finalist in the RNCM’s Gold Medal weekend, the highest accolade awarded for performance. As well as having an active career performing as a soloist and chamber musician, she regularly works with orchestras such as the Hallé, Manchester Concert Orchestra and the Royal Northern Sinfonia and has been invited to perform at venues such as the The Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, The Sage and Bridgewater Hall.

    Lucy was a guest artist at the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong and on BBC Radio 3 and was recently commissioned to compose and record music for a film for Channel 4 and premiere works at New Music North West Festival, Bury Light Festival and Hull City of Culture. 

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A daring and innovative duo, Sonic Threads transcend cultural and genre boundaries as they seamlessly merge Eastern and Western influences in their performances.

Supriya Nagarajan is a composer and singer who creates rich, dreamy soundscapes as she combines her Indian musical background with contemporary classical music whilst harpist Lucy Nolan uses a combination of rag inspired music, free improvisation and electronics which when combined weave a unique sonic tapestry drawing on influences from jazz, Carnatic and Western Classical music.


Frequently performing as a duo and alongside other guest artists both nationally and internationally, Sonic Threads are regularly invited to perform at renowned music venues and festivals with recent appearances including The Royal Albert Hall, TUSK Music Festival, The Sage Gateshead, Lambeth Palace, Cafe Oto,  Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and Jaipur Literature Festival.







Sonic Threads perform JARI at The Glasshouse, Gateshead. Inspired by Jari thread which is made of fine gold or silver used in traditional Indian garments.


Sonic Threads perform their original work, Charukesi at a performance in collaboration with Derby Jazz and Music in Quiet Places.

Tusk Festival Performance

An extract from Sonic Threads' live performance set at TUSK Festival in Newcastle.

Royal Albert Hall Performance

Sonic Threads collaborate with electronic artist, Duncan Chapman for a performance at the Royal Albert Hall.

Porale Ponnuthayi

Sonic Threads reinterpret the Bollywood classic, Porale Ponnuthayi.



Magical Deserts




Saturday 13th April 2024


Album Launch 

Marsden Jazz Festival

Tickets and more information here


Sunday 21st April 2024

Meltwater Collaboration

Royal Opera House

Tickets and more information here


Wednesday 1st May 2024

Sonic Threads in collaboration with Duncan Chapman 

Portsmouth Guildhall

Tickets and more information here


Thursday 2nd May 2024

Sonic Threads in collaboration with Duncan Chapman

Woolich Works 

Tickets and more information here


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