On Friday 16th November at 7.30pm, the Friends of Wighton are hosting a concert in the Wighton Centre, upstairs in Dundee Central Library.

With Cheyenne Brown (harp) and Seylan Baxter (cello and voice), the concert is to lauch the duo’s new CD of traditional Scots music and song.

Titled 2:forty, their debut album is a delightful selection of traditional music including songs by Burns and Ramsay, played in a lively and interesting style. Available at record shops and via the website www.celloharp.com, the CD will be available at a discount price on the night.

Cheyenne, from Alaska, and Seylan, from Milngavie, are both recent graduates of the Scottish music course at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

Tickets for the event will be on sale on the door and are £5, or £4 for concessions and members of ‘Friends of Wighton’. Be sure to turn up early to secure your seat as places are limited!

“If the festival was a supermarket, Cheyenne and Seylan would be the delicatessen.” – Director, Festival Internacional de la Sierra, Spain

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