Autumn/winter news

The North Atlantic Trio recently returned from a great weekend at the Porto Celtic Festival. Porto is really one of my favourite cities ever, we had a blast! Besides the fabulous concert, highlights included busking along the Dourmo with a great view across to the port distilleries and bridge designed by the Eiffel tower guy, and a Halloween session on the rooftop overlooking a similar view, with fog rolling in and out. What a great time! Check out the ‘gallery’ section for a few of the session pics. After Portugal, I went straight on to Germany to teach some harp workshops at the Dudelsack Akademie in Hofheim which was a successful weekend with one pupil traveling over 5 hours to get there and stay overnight! Upon arriving back, the trio did a wee stint at the Star Folk Club in Glasgow, where Bruce Molsky joined us for a set. Looking forward to Rutherglen next week!

Oh, and a new album review just in from FolkWorld: “beguiling harp playing, subtle but full of spirits”.

“Parallel Latitudes” CD Launched with Gusto!

It was a fantastic night on Sunday the 9th of October at Cafe Cossachok in Glasgow’s Merchant City… I was so glad to get 5 of the musicians who performed on the CD together in one night to play all the material – and a special thanks to Celine Donaghue who stepped in to play the banjo parts. The Cafe did a great job with the dinner inbetween the concerts, yum! Thanks to the staff at the Cafe and also all of you who came along to support the launch. Please recommend the website and CD on to your friends! Lizzy Doe – the fabulous CD and web designer – also took some great photos – check out the whole album on the ‘gallery’ page.

North Atlantic Trio going to Portugal

Great news – the North Atlantic Trio will be heading to Portugal at the end of the month for an exciting concert at the Porto Celtic Festival on October 29th at the Rivoli Theatre! Cannae wait, hope there’s some sun!


CD Launch CossachokI’m excited to finally announce the launch of Parallel Latitudes in Glasgow on Sunday October 9th at Cafe Cossachok on King Street in the Merchant City. At 6:30, solo harp concert, at 8:30 concert with fabulous guests (Seylan Baxter, David Currie, Dave Boyd, Hardeep Deerhe the Tablameister, Jonathan Bews, and Celine Donaghue). In between the two concerts will be dinner at the Cafe, let me know if you want to come for that as it’s by reservation. Or you can just come for the 8:30 concert… contact me for more information:

Rhythmically rich, there are ample dynamics, including some improvisational derring-do, but the energetic elements are balanced aplenty with elegance and sensitivity.” -Living Tradition

“Roots Album of the Year” Nomination

Exciting news – Parallel Latitudes has been nominated for the Roots Albums of the Year at the Scottish Music Awards! See their website here

Parallel Latitude Reviews coming in!

Reviews from Folkwords and Fatea have arrived:  “Absorb Cheyenne Brown’s consummate skill on the harp with her new album ‘Parallel Latitudes’…  stunning self-penned tunes alongside contemporary and re-worked ‘traditionals’ – brought alive by Cheyenne’s spirited and sensitive touch… Cheyenne displays that envied empathy with both instrument and music that few achieve.” Read the full reviews on the ‘Reviews’ page!

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