Letty is one of the UK’s most exciting and versatile French horn players, with her career spanning across a wide variety of genres.
Letty has worked with many of the UK's leading orchestras and opera companies and has performed and toured with a huge variety of artists.
She has recorded as a session musician for TV and film scores and has performed globally on a range of diverse projects.
Letty has considerable experience working in theatre and performed onstage for the highly acclaimed production of Amadeus at the National Theatre:
“These 21 musicians are the backbone of this production, scattering and re-forming throughout, like some sort of murmuration of musically gifted starlings.”
Letty has always believed that music performance and education go hand in hand and throughout her career, she has aimed to reach as many children and young people as possible.
Letty is currently an Artist-in-Residence at Snape Maltings in Suffolk, where she is developing her project Ancient Horns / New Voices based around Etruscan and Greek instruments from the late Iron Age.