Haddo News

Coming Soon – the Whistlebinkies, the Bach Players and Jamie MacDougall – live!

June 18, 2021

Haddo Arts is excited to announce that we are selling a limited number of tickets to attend the live recordings of three more events for the Haddo Arts Festival. They […]

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10th Anniversary Festival features Joanna MacGregor CBE

April 20, 2021
Joanna MacGregor at 10th Anniversary Festival - credit Pal Hansen

Haddo Arts are thrilled to welcome internationally celebrated pianist Joanna MacGregor CBE, to play Bach, Beethoven, Schumann and Piazzolla. Joanna will also explore the Art of Piano Transcription, through an […]

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Hardy, happier and hungry for art

October 11, 2020

People in North East Scotland are a hardy lot and well over 500 of them made the effort to visit the thought-provoking and eye-catching visual art exhibition displayed in the […]

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Song for Haddo – the perfect finale

October 9, 2020

You can learn from stories. That was the overarching message coming out loud and clear in the fantastic production of Fables and Foibles featuring hundreds of talented musical children from […]

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An Evening of Words and Music

October 7, 2020

In the third concert of Haddo’s virtual arts festival, Jamie McDougall introduced Laura Smith and Colin Sinclair who played Heinrich Baermann’s Adagio from Septet Op 23 setting in motion a […]

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Myrtle’s Tour de Force!

October 6, 2020

Thwarted by nothing, champion blagger and intrepid explorer, Myrtle Throgmorton made us view Haddo House with different eyes as she burst through the heavy wooden doors of this much-loved venue […]

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Richard Michael Opens Haddo Arts Festival 2020 Online in Style

October 4, 2020

What a great way to spend a rainy Autumn evening…listening to Richard Michael present his ‘It’s all Music Folks’ in the atmospheric surroundings of Haddo’s wooden hall. While we missed […]

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Guest of Honour

June 4, 2020

Were you at our lecture in the 2014 Haddo Arts Festival about the painting ‘Dinner at Haddo House’ by Alfred Emslie? You may like this article from the National Trust […]

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Yulia Chaplina – Music Newsletter for Corona-virus Support

March 27, 2020

One of the joys of being Haddo Arts Administrator is receiving emails from musicians who want to come and perform at Haddo, whether as part of the annual arts festival, […]

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Jean Paul Baptiste: I Am An Immigrant

November 11, 2019

Jean Paul Baptiste’s piece “I Am An Immigrant” was displayed in the South Wing Courtyard as part of the Experimental Use of Space: Connections exhibition at the 2019 Haddo Arts […]

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Experimental Use of Space: Connections

October 21, 2019

  Experimental Use of Space “connections”  attracted thirty artists to Haddo many of whom produced “site specific” work inspired by Haddo House and estate. In the Mobil Room Grays BP […]

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