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Hebcelt news : Delighted to announce the continued support of our Islands Stage programme by Le…

Delighted to announce the continued support of our Islands Stage programme by Le...

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Delighted to announce the continued support of our Islands Stage programme by Lewis Wind Power. This stage showcases a great range of artists appearing this July including Adam Sutherland Music, Niteworks, Kinnaris Quintet, Roddy Woomble, Trail West, The Sea Atlas, Vishtèn, Yves Lambert Trio, Martha L. Healy, TRIP, The Tumbling Souls. More from https://www.hebceltfest.com/news/?id=271&view=full



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14 hours ago

HebCelt Festival

More news on Seisean HebCelt for next week.

Thursday, 16th July, 8pm

Puirt

Julie Fowlis is at the helm of this song commission with a puirt à beul selection (mouth music - song for dance) involving performers including Julie, Caitlin NicAonghais, Cathy Ann Mac Phee, Eilidh NicCoinnich, Fionnghal NicChoinnich, Alyth McCormack, #AnnaMurray, Ceitlin Lilidh, Josie Duncan, Eamonn Doorley, Alex Tearse, Jane Hepburn Macmillan, Innes White, James Duncan Mackenzie, Jayne NicLeòid and Sophie Stephenson.

Julie said, “I was delighted to be invited by HebCelt to put this project together, everyone involved gave such a lot of their time and energy. Despite the obvious challenges of recording and filming fifteen performers throughout Scotland, Ireland and Canada during lockdown, this has been a joy to create! I hope this joy comes across in the film"

We will be fundraising for Bethesda Hospice through this project.
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More news on Seisean HebCelt for next week.

Thursday, 16th July, 8pm

Puirt

Julie Fowlis is at the helm of this song commission with a puirt à beul selection (mouth music - song for dance) involving performers including Julie, Caitlin NicAonghais, Cathy Ann Mac Phee, Eilidh NicCoinnich, Fionnghal NicChoinnich, Alyth McCormack,  #AnnaMurray, Ceitlin Lilidh, Josie Duncan, Eamonn Doorley, Alex Tearse, Jane Hepburn Macmillan, Innes White, James Duncan Mackenzie, Jayne NicLeòid and Sophie Stephenson.

Julie said, “I was delighted to be invited by HebCelt to put this project together, everyone involved gave such a lot of their time and energy. Despite the obvious challenges of recording and filming fifteen performers throughout Scotland, Ireland and Canada during lockdown, this has been a joy to create!  I hope this joy comes across in the film

We will be fundraising for Bethesda Hospice through this project.

2 days ago

HebCelt Festival

As promised more news on our online sessions for next week.

Wednesday, 15th July, 8pm (duration 5mins approx.)

Freumhan / Roots: A project commissioned earlier in the year scheduled to be part of the 25th anniversary festival. Featuring Calum Alex Macmillan, Norrie "Tago" MacIver (Skipinnish) and James Duncan Mackenzie (Breabach) the inspiration for this new work is based in Lewis: locals, landscapes, legends and life.

“We are enjoying the time writing the music for the commission and can't wait to meet up in person to pull the various elements together and for performing it live in 2021, but we're delighted that we are able to share this first set for you on the week that HebCelt would have been taking place.”

HebCelt will be fundraising for Bethesda Hospice through this project.
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As promised more news on our online sessions for next week.

Wednesday, 15th July, 8pm (duration 5mins approx.)

Freumhan / Roots: A project commissioned earlier in the year scheduled to be part of the 25th anniversary festival. Featuring Calum Alex Macmillan, Norrie Tago MacIver (Skipinnish) and James Duncan Mackenzie (Breabach) the inspiration for this new work is based in Lewis: locals, landscapes, legends and life. 

“We are enjoying the time writing the music for the commission and cant wait to meet up in person to pull the various elements together and for performing it live in 2021, but were delighted that we are able to share this first set for you on the week that HebCelt would have been taking place.”

HebCelt will be fundraising for Bethesda Hospice through this project.

3 days ago

HebCelt Festival

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Beautiful.

Touched my soul!

Just beautiful 💕💕

HEBCELT ANNOUNCES ARRAY OF FRESH COMMISSIONS FOR ONLINE SESSIONS

https://www.hebceltfest.com/news/news/1/hebcelt-announces-array-fresh-commissions-online-sessions

#SeiseanHebCelt #HebCeltSessions #ProudlyHebridean #HebCelt #SupportingCreativity

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Sue Austin wish we were there

Maybe next year ?

6 days ago

HebCelt Festival

Thursdays are #HEBCELTMEMORIES day!

What a journey we have all been on through the years, it’s been an honour sharing it with you, the people who make the festival what it is.

Keep sharing your photos and memories and let the good times live on!

Make sure to tag #hebceltmemories in your photos

#LetTheMusicPlay #hebcelt #hebceltmemories
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4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Delighted to be playing x

  2. Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Colin Smith Nicolson Ruth we’re really looking forward to this

  4. Anonymous says:

    Is the Islands Stage part of the main arena? Ticketing is a bit confusing

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