Save the Date!

Haddo Arts Save the date leaflet low-res

Haddo Arts Festival will take place from 12 – 15 September 2024. We are thrilled to share some of the excellent events we have lined up, with more to follow:

  • Following from their set at the Private View for the Gordon Contemporaries art exhibition, Neil Birse and Matthew Kilner give the first performance of their new collaboration, North Sea Sketches, in the Lunch Break Concert in the Cowdray Hall, Aberdeen, on Thursday 12 September.
  • We welcome Alis Huws, Official Royal Harpist, for an evening in Haddo Chapel. She will share her love of the instrument through a variety of works for the harp and in conversation with Dr. Robert Lovie, give an insight into the life of a professional harpist.
  • Joanna MacGregor CBE returns to Haddo on Friday 13 September with a programme “The Call of the Birds” and will also be giving master class tuition to some piano students at North East Scotland Music School.
  • Also on Friday, we are proud to premiere on our YouTube channel the video of the Haddo Children’s Theatre production of Peter Pan, recorded during the live performances at Haddo in March.
  • Haddo House Choral & Operatic Society present Thea Musgrave’s Black Tambourine and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, arranged for two pianos and percussion, on Saturday 14 September.
  • Sunday 15 September features the Festival Service and we will release details of the remainder of the Sunday programme very soon.
  • Throughout the Festival, you can enjoy Haddo ReImagined, an exhibition of photographs and short fiction pieces in the June Gordon Room, and we are proud to be associated with the Gordon Contemporaries exhibition in Aberdeen Art Gallery which runs from now until 24 November.

Tickets for these and more will be on sale from Monday 29 July.  Save the date, pop our events  in your diaries now and keep checking back here for more programme details over coming months.