Solo Album Parallel Latitudes

Parallel Latitudes is a new solo CD by Cheyenne, check out her website at She was accompanied by some great musicians including of course Seylan on cello!

Works in Progress

Cheyenne and Seylan have been busy with several independent projects recently, but are working on new material and a possible new CD! Check back for further information!

Seylan has been touring with Tattie Jam:
And Cheyenne has been busy with Homebound:


Check out the gallery for photos from last August's trip to Spain/Portugal with the Spanish group ACETRE!


Cheyenne and Seylan will be joining top Spanish folk group Acetre for a selection of concerts around Badajoz. Watch the 'gigs' page for more info!


Tuesday, November 10th, 8pm

Belgium Date

Celtic Night in Lommel, November 14th, 7pm
with Fernhill (Wales) and the John McSherry Band (Ireland)

American Tour!!

Our three week American tour was a big success, we hope to post a blog of our travels soon!


Cheyenne's stint on the Plinth in Trafalger Square!

Check it out:

NEXT GIGS: Thursday, 23rd July

(1 day, 2 venues! Catch us where you can!)
CRAIL FESTIVAL: 1pm, Catholic Church, Crail
STAR FOLK CLUB: 8pm, St Andrews in the Square, Merchant City, Glasgow

Festival tutors 2009

We're delighted to welcome to the 2009 festival
Wendy Weatherby on cello and
Diego Laverde on Colombo-Venezuelan Harp

They will be our guest tutors in addition to Cheyenne and Seylan and will also perform at the Saturday night concert. Get your tickets early cause it should be a great one! We're also delighted to welcome harper Rachel Hair who will be launching her new album on Sunday.

Scottish Harp and Cello Festival 2009

Details of this year's festival will be available very soon. The dates are 27th Feb to 1st March.

We'll have an extra concert this year and more integration between cellists and harpers. And some great guest tutors. Email us to receive details as soon as they're available.

Penicuik Folk Club is the home of great singers!

At our gig on Tuesday 11th Nov we were hugely impressed - they caught on right away and were in great voice.

Fringe review from Three Weeks

Cheyenne Brown And Seylan Baxter ***

Cheyenne Brown and Seylan Baxter's concert offered a refreshingly genuine taste of Scottish tradition to counterbalance all those tartan tourist shops. A harpist and cello, they played traditional tunes - Celtic jigs, Scottish drinking songs, the work of the obligatory Robert Burns - but with their own lively and innovative arrangements. The combination of harp and cello proved a rich, beautiful one, especially when topped off with Baxter's soft singing voice. Brown on harp shifted between playing lightly and nimbly to coaxing a deep, rich sound from its strings. While Baxter claimed they avoid "songs about fairies, because of the harp, and the long hair thing", their magical piece 'Gossamer Wings' was entrancing and these two musicians successfully cast a spell on their audience.

Rosslyn Chapel gig (24th Aug) sold out.

Cheyenne on Radio Scotland

Cheyenne was on the Fred MacAulay show this morning talking about teaching kids and the Harp Festival.

New videos

We've posted a clip of Seylan playing at the 30th anniversary concert of Spanish group, Acetre, in 2006 and one of the 2007 Interkeltisches Festival in Hofheim, Germany.

Living Tradition Review

There's a great reveiw of 2:forty in the Jan/Feb 2008 edition of the LT:

"The girls' wonderful treatment of all this music leaves each track with a feeling of 'the new' about it."
"I found myself becoming lost in the innovative soundscapes created by this incredibly talented duo. It's pretty easy to get lost in this music."
"I really look forward to there being more to come."
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