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Performing

Concerts

My performing experience is diverse, from being invited to play in arts centres to residential and non-residential centres for people with special needs, and from the Scottish Crannog Centre to the Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, for His Holiness the Dalai Lama's visit to Scotland.

Weddings

Girl touches harp

Most people find choosing music for their wedding ceremony and reception a daunting task. That is where I can be of great service to you, and also take some of the stress out of preparing for your big day. As a singer of beautiful Celtic airs, classical and spiritual songs, accompanying myself on the clarsach, I can design the music with bride and groom specific to your dreams, vision and venue. This could include playing before or during the ceremony providing gentle ambient background music or during the reception, whatever is your wish.

Claire Hewitt performing as storyteller - slideshow
These slideshow photographs were supplied by Derek Prescott.

I know I can provide that bit extra magic and enchantment through my music to make the beginning of your journey together a memorable one. I have been asked to play over the years in an amazing variety of venues (on an island in a loch, under a beautiful cedar tree to ancient chapels and castles by candlelight) so I am happy to discuss with you ideas which maybe include something different and special.

Celebrations and Corporate Events

Claire Hewitt at Castle Menzies, Perthshire

If you are preparing a feast for family and friends for a special birthday or anniversary I will happily weave my music round each course, ensuring a memorable meal and aid digestion through the soothing tones of my harp. I have experience of playing at corporate events during dinner and have been told my music helped everybody relax and let go of any tensions built up during a day of conferencing. Sumptuous food, good company, wonderful live music — what more could one desire?


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