HARP players of all levels will gather in the Black Isle for this year’s Cromarty Harp Village.
Taking place over the weekend of Friday 27th to Sunday 29th September, it will be held at the Stables and will feature some of the top names in the harp world, including the Black Isle’s own Corrina Hewat.
The former Fortrose Academy pupil is now principle harp tutor of the Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow with performing and teaching commitments all over the world.
Her professional career began with the formation of a band with her husband Dave Milligan, arguably one of the foremost jazz piano players in Scotland, when they created Bachue, one of the first traditional and jazz fusion sounds.
The weekend is aimed at absolute beginners through to advanced players and the opening concert on Friday at 7.30pm at the Stables brings back Bachue for a very special night with Patsy Seddon and Mary Macmaster in their Sileas duo. The concert will also feature the enthralling storytelling and harp playing of Heather Yule.
Tickets for the concert cost £10 and £8 concession.
There are still places available and tickets can be booked by contacting Cromarty Arts Trust on 01381 600354 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, www.cromartyartstrust.org.uk