Securely ranked among Scotland’s most skilled and imaginative contemporary folk acts, Breabach unite deep roots in Highland and Island tradition with the innovative Scottish music scene. They released their latest studio album, Fàs, in 2022 and were awarded Folk Band of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards. Breabach has released seven albums, and along the way have collaborated with BAFTA-award winning animator Cat Bruce on short film Dùsgadh, indigenous Australasian artists Moana & The Tribe, Quebec’s Le Vent du Nord, video game composer Big Giant Circles, and with Cape Breton group Beòlach as Artists-in-Residence at Celtic Colours in 2019. Breabach is Megan Henderson (Fiddle/Vocals), James Lindsay (Double Bass/Moog/Vocals), Calum MacCrimmon (Highland Bagpipe/Whistle/Bouzouki/Vocals), Conal McDonagh (Highland Bagpipe/Uilleann pipes/Whistle/Vocals), and Ewan Robertson (Guitar/Cajon/Vocals). Their 19-year musical adventures have included live performances from Sydney Opera House to Central Park in New York City while racking up an impressive array of accolades including six Scots Trad Music Awards, nominations for Best Group (BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards), European Album of the Year (Songlines Music Awards) and the Quarterly Critic’s Choice (German Record Critic’s Award 2023). World-renowned, Boston-based fiddler and vocalist Jenna Moynihan will be stepping in for Megan Henderson at Celtic Colours this year. Jenna is a gifted exponent of the Scottish fiddle tradition who has performed extensively in Scotland, Europe, and North America. The group is excited to welcome her dynamic five-string fiddle style and captivating vocals into the core band sound. 

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