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Stèidhichte sa Ghàidhealtachd bidh Cruinn a' tarraing ri chèile ceathrar de na seinneadairean Gàidhealach as fheàrr ann Alba an-diugh - Seumas Greumach, Fionnghail NicChoinnich, Brian Ó hEadhra is Raoghnaid Walker.
Fa leth bidh gach seinneadair faighinn cliù is meas, agus mar Cruinn, bidh iad a' cruthachadh ceòl binn is tlachdmhòr; a' seinn òrain Gàidhlig bho dhualchais is òrain a sgrìobh iad fhèin. Fàilte dhan làrach againne.
The Highland based quartet Cruinn brings together four of Scotland's premier Gaelic singers - James Graham, Fiona Mackenzie, Brian Ó hEadhra and Rachel Walker.
As individuals they have earned high distinction for their musicianship and performances. Collectively as Cruinn they are fast earning a reputation for their presentations of songs in Gaelic, both traditional and contemporary, and are admired for their outstanding use of harmonies and superb arrangements.
The Gaelic song quartet Cruinn – James Graham, Fiona Mackenzie, Rachel Walker and Brian Ó hEadhra – stunningly affirmed their supergroup credentials with both sublimely complementary vocals and spine-tingling contemporary reinventions of ancient material, together with beautifully crafted originals.
Scotsman - Review of Opening Blas Festival 2013 Concert
Whoever came up with the idea of combining the talents of Rachel Walker, James Graham, Fiona Mackenzie and Brian Ó hEadhra into a group was brilliant. The group put on a smooth show for their debut performance. And what a debut! The harmonies these four manage are glorious. Strong vocal performances from all four are supported by Ó hEadhra on guitar or shruti box and Walker on accordion or piano... We wanted more!
Oak & Thorn reviewing Cruinn live at Celtic Connections 2012