Cheyenne and Seylan are based in Glasgow, Scotland, but frequently travel throughout Scotland and Northern England.
The combination of Cheyenne Brown's exuberant and sensitive harp playing, Seylan Baxter's mellow, natural singing and her creatively atmospheric cello playing forms rich and varied musical textures with a distinctive style. Whether in slow airs, jigs and reels or traditional songs Cheyenne and Seylan bring precision and empathy to their quirky, innovative arrangements. Their energetic performances and warm stage presence dispel any stereotypes of stuffy instrumentalists and prove the effectiveness of this unusual line-up.
Since the release of their debut album 2:forty in autumn 2007, Cheyenne and Seylan have gone from strength to strength. They have performed extensively throughout Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, and most recently a three-week tour across America, as well as throughout Scotland. They also founded and co-organise the Scottish Harp and Cello Festival, now in it’s third year with a high level of success.
Cheyenne and Seylan are available for concerts, background music, weddings, parties and corporate events.
“Beautiful, balanced, well-crafted texture.”
“I found myself becoming lost in the innovative soundscapes created by this incredibly talented duo”
“Dynamic music duo”
A selection of popular Celtic pieces:
My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose - Robert Burns
Ye Banks and Braes - Robert Burns
Wild Mountain Thyme
Morning Has Broken
She Moved Through the Fair
Bonnie At Morn
Skye Boat Song
Nearly any special request can be accommodated given adequate notice.
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