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!

UK CD LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENT!

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: info@cheyenneharp.com

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!

New Album ‘Parallel Latitudes’

I’ve just finished an exciting two weeks touring up and down the East Coast of America, including concerts and workshops in Western Massachusetts, the exciting Common Ground Festival in Maryland, a visit to Somerset Harp Festival, and a concert in Rockville Maryland. What great times everywhere I’ve been!

New Album ‘Parallel Latitudes’

Parallel Latitudes is my first solo harp project, which in the end turned out not-so-solo at all. With the great talents of Dave Currie, Dave Boyd, Seylan Baxter, Jon Bews, Anna Massie and Hardeep Deerhe on dobro, guitar, percussion, cello, fiddle, banjo and tabla, the project turned into a exciting collaboration. The CDs arrived only moments before I left for America, so look forward to a UK launch in the autumn or winter or buy your pre-launch copy now!

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