Fàilte | Welcome
Scottish Highland based Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie are acclaimed singer songwriters who draw upon their traditional Gaelic roots as well as from other musical genres including Nordic, Eastern European, Americana, indie and electronica. Their live sound has been described as "ethereal and evocative" whilst their award nominated debut album TÌR - Highland Life & Lore as "sophisticated, ambient and sonically mesmerising".
With layered harmonies, innovative interpretation of ancient Gaelic texts and songs as well newly written material, Ó hEadhra | Mackenzie have performed to audiences around the world for over 20 years together.
The duo have performed as solo performers and with various bands including Anam, Seelyhoo, Mackenzie, Cruinn, McKerron | Brechin | Ó hEadhra. They have recorded on over 30 albums between them on labels such as Linn Records, JVC Victor, Greentrax, Brechin All Records, Macmeanmna, and their own label, Anam Communications.
Brian Ó hEadhra | Fiona Mackenzie are signed the the record label Naxos World and their second album TUATH - Songs of the Northlands will be release in early 2020.
Concert Dates | Consartan
14 September - Ardersier Folk Festival
19 October - Áras Mhic Reachtain, Belfast
29 October - Scottish International Storytelling Festival, Edinburgh
16 November - Sutherland Sessions - The Pier, Lairg
27 March - Universal Hall, Findhorn
28 March - Lyth Arts Centre, Caithness
Past Concerts include:
'Under Canvas' , Eden Court, Inverness
Isle of Raasay Distillery, Scotland
Crossways Festival - Glasgow, Scotland
Abriachan Village Hall, Scotland
Bothan Dhùn Èideann, Edinburgh, Scotland
Living Room of Languages, Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair, Gweedore, Donegal
Celtic Connections 2018 & 2019, Glasgow
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Highlands
Celtic Colours Festival, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Cèilidh Place, Ullapool
Taigh Chearsabhagh, Lochmaddy, N. Uist
Nordic House, Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Geiteberg Folk Festival, Tomter, Norway
Hebridean Folk Festival, Isle of Lewis
Dunlewey Centre/Ionad Cois Locha, Dunlewey, Co Donegal
Áras Éanna, Innis Oírr, Aran Islands, Ireland
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