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We've welcomed a wealth of talented performers to Haddo since 2012. Explore our events that took place outside our annual Festivals.

On 8th July 2023, Haddo House Chapel was the atmospheric setting for the superb playing of Mexican virtuoso guitarist Morgan Szymanski, who took a sell-out Sunday afternoon audience on a musical journey of works by Latin American composers.

On Sunday 25th June 2023 we held our first free for all Community Music Day throughout the Haddo site.

Supported by our colleagues at the National Trust for Scotland, Haddo Country Park and McOpera with the Guarana Street Band and Meldrum Academy Pipe Band.

Featuring Andy McTaggart, Jessica Leary, Andrew Huggan and Andrew Forbes.

On 24th March 2023 at the Melvin Hall in Tarves we featured a programme of much loved classics from Rodgers and Hammerstein, Gershwin, Strauss and Sullivan.

On 25th September 2022 we took our first event to the Melvin Hall in Tarves where Opera Bohemia presented a new English language production of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro.

Following their successful visit in 2021 we were pleased to welcome Scottish Opera back to Haddo on 11th June 2022 with their new Pop-up Opera production.

On 4th May 2022 Inverness author Jennifer Morag Henderson presented a talk in Haddo House Library about her new book "Daughter of the North" which explores the incredible life of Jean Gordon, first wife of the infamous Earl of Bothwell who went on to marry Mary Queen of Scots.

On 19th June 2021 Scootish Opera were welcomed back to Haddo with their touring Pop-up Opera! production.