Rachel Newton & Lauren MacColl

4/18/24 in Bad Doberan

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The next dates:

  • Thursday, Apr 18, 202420:00 - 22:00 clock
World Music

Scottish folk

Two of Scotland's best-known female folk musicians perform together on stage. Rachel Newton (The Shee, The Furrow Collective) and Lauren MacColl (Salt House, Rant) have been firmly established for many years. However, it is a rarity to see them live together.

The joint appearance is thanks to the duo project "Heal & Harrow", which deals with the history of the witch burnings in Scotland. For this project, Rachel & Lauren were named "Composers of the Year" at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards (the Scottish folk "Oscars", so to speak) in 2022. Now comes the duo tour and the perfect opportunity to tour as a duo for the very first time. The repertoire on this tour includes a mixture of material from both the duo project and the respective solo albums.

Singer and harpist Rachel draws on centuries-old poems and ballads for her inspiration, which she then weaves into stylistically contemporary compositions. In doing so, she creates a multi-layered, ambitious sound. Lauren is considered by experts to be one of the most expressive fiddlers in Scotland. Her sensitive arrangements bring the dark, mysterious Highlands to life before the listener's eyes. Both Rachel and Lauren have already won various awards.



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Event dates
  • Thursday, Apr 18, 2024 20:00 - 22:00 clock
Event Location

Kornhaus Bad Doberan

Klosterhof 2
18209 Bad Doberan

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Kornhaus Bad Doberan

Klosterhof 2
18209 Bad Doberan



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