Haddo News

Our 10th Anniversary Festival has started!

October 9, 2021

The 10th Haddo Arts Festival started last night with a spectacular sound and light show at Haddo. Images of festivals past and present were projected onto the front of Haddo […]

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Matron of the Arts

September 1, 2021

Matron of the Arts – June Gordon  An inspiration to Haddo Arts  As we look forward to our 10th Haddo Arts Festival in 2021, it seems a fitting time to […]

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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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An Exhilarating Journey through the Baroque

October 13, 2019

Truly Madly Baroque – Red Priest Richard Hammond, Cat Stevens and a recorder that looked like a cross between a drainpipe and a saxophone are just some of the impressions […]

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A Richly Woven Tapestry

October 13, 2019

Opera Highlights -Scottish Opera Preparations for a drama-laden garden party provided the setting for Scottish Opera’s ‘Highlights’ show in the Hall on the last night of  Haddo’s highly popular Arts […]

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An Inspirational Day at Haddo

October 11, 2019

A Song for Haddo If you’ve ever wanted to escape the daily grind, seeking to cast your cares aside and search for inspiration, then look no further than A Song […]

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Haddo Arts Festival goes to town

October 11, 2019

Angela East at St.Machar Cathedral One of the features of the Haddo Arts Festival, now in its eighth year, is the sheer variety of events that it embraces, ranging from […]

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Jamie and the Knight – at Haddo!

October 10, 2019

Jamie pays tribute to the first knight of the music hall – Sir Harry Lauder Whether you’re ninety or nine years old it’s perfectly possible that the jaunty Scottish songs […]

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Jackie Kay Delights a Haddo Full House!

October 9, 2019

It was the number and variety of questions the audience asked at the end of Jackie Kay’s poetry evening that demonstrated how Scotland’s Makar had entranced, entertained and ingeniously re-invigorated […]

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