Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita benefit concert @ Dyfi Osprey Centre

A Theatr Mwldan Production

Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita (Wales / Senegal)

We are delighted to announce a very special concert to mark the release of Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita’s new album SOAR.

For one night only  Catrin and Seckou will be playing a very intimate performance for just 45 people at the Observatory at the Dyfi Osprey Centre near Machynlleth in mid-Wales. This is a benefit concert and all ticket income from this event will be donated to the Dyfi Osprey Centre to support the work of the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust. 

Tickets are £50 per head and will include refreshments and a chance to meet Catrin and Seckou. Every audience member will receive a signed copy of their new album 'SOAR', which releases the same day.

This sublime, critically acclaimed and multi award-winning collaboration between two adventurous virtuoso musicians - Welsh harpist Catrin Finch and Senegalese kora player Seckou Keita - delivers a stunning exhibition of world-class musicianship.

Drawing deep on their own diverse traditions and transforming them with remarkable synergy, Catrin and Seckou have built a formidable reputation for extraordinary performances. Following the huge success of their debut release, their long-awaited second album 'SOAR' launches in April 2018. The album takes flight on the wings of the osprey, the magnificent bird of prey recently returned to Wales after centuries of absence, which makes its annual 3,000-mile migration from the coasts of West Africa to the estuaries of Wales, soaring like music and dreams over man-made borders, in an innate and epic journey of endurance.

Entrancing, mesmeric, intricate and ethereal, this is remarkable music and a thrilling live experience.

PLEASE NOTE

There is level access to the observatory from the main carpark via a wooden walkway (approx 5 mins walk).A lift is available at the observatory for those with limited mobility.
£50
a sublime duo of two artists who are masters of their instruments...musicality and architecture at work
Simon Broughton, London Evening Standard
This, I suspect, will be remembered as one of the classic concerts of the year
Robin Denselow, The Guardian