Peggy Guglielmino was Born in Nice in 1978, where, at the age of 4, she started to study piano. At 9, she began studying the harp under the tuition of Ms. E. Fontan-Binoche and obtained her Musical Diploma at the Conservatoire National de Region de Nice with distinction in 1996. The same year, she was offered a place at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris to study with Marielle Nordmann on a Master-class course, where she also obtained a Diploma in Historical Studies
In 2000 Peggy won an Elsie Martin Award to study at the Royal College of Music, with Ieuan Jones and passed her Postgraduate Diploma in Solo Performance in June 2001. In 2002 she won a scholarship - the French Award Lavoisier from Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres to continue her study at the RCM and obtained her Postgraduate Diploma in Advance Performance with distinction.
Peggy has participated in many master classes with the world’s leading harp teachers, such as Catherine Michel, Marie-Claire Jamet, Erika Waardenburg, Fabrice Pierre and Marielle Nordmann. Peggy has won the 1st prize of the Concours de Harpe de Cassis , and the 1st prize of the Concours de Musique de Chambre de Cassis, with a special prize "Marielle Nordmann". She also won a prize in the First International Competition « Lily Laskine », and then the second prize in the Deuxieme Concours International de Musique de Chambre en Arles.Peggy has recently been finalist of the Fifth International chamber music competition in Arles.
Since the age of twelve Peggy is giving many recitals as a soloist or in chamber music in Halls such as Theatre des champs Elysées, Salle Pleyel and Opera comique in Paris, St-Martin in the field, Kensington Palace, St- Michaels Church in London, or National Opera in Nice. She has also been invited to give a Recital for the Seventh Mondial Harp Congress in Prague. Peggy has worked with many of the world leading conductors, such as Armin Jordan, Jacques Mercier, Jean Claude Casadessus, Lorin Maazel, Janos Fürst, and Sir Charles Mackerras. Peggy recently performed the Boildieu’s Concerto in C in London. Peggy is currently working with the London Philharmonic Orchestra as part of the Future first program.