2016's Christmas concert of the year with Bruce Guthro & Band
Bruce Guthro goes back on the successful Celtic X-mas tour which has created a new tradition with sold out halls all over Denmark.
The hearts of Danes have welcomed this authentic universe which the band conveys on stage.
The popular concert entails a mix of songs from Guthro's own home, Nova Scotia in Canada, Irish classics, and a number og well-known English Christmas carols.
Bruce Guthro is also a heart-warming storyteller who charmingly tells about Nova Scotia's breathtaking universe and unique individuals. An impressive stage design is added to the mix and makes for an amazing night!
"The fiddler of the band, Roisin Ryan, sang the duet 'Mary did you know' and came as close to angle song as, I would think, is humanly possible. Bruce perfectly managed to combine great thoughts of life, a strong message of love, and the hope of a world without war and terror in a concert that brought so much joy."
– Chr. Rimestad, Horsens Folkeblad
Bruce Guthro is coming to the Loreley Festival in Germany
After several years with succesfull solo tours in Denmark and Germany, singer-songwriter Bruce Guthro is now playing at Europe's most beautiful festival.
Bruce Guthro has been a known voice for many years in Germany. At the beginning mostly as the lead singer of the Scottish band Runrig, but lately a growing audience has spotted the unique atmosphere that exists at a solo concert with Bruce Guthro.
The popular Celtic Night of the Loreley Festival is held on August 5th where Guthro will close off the night with his amazing show which both features traditional celtic songs and original pieces from Guthro's impressive lyrical universe.
Besides being a talented singer and songwriter, Bruce Guthro is an extraordinary storyteller which he of course will show on stage at the Loreley Festival.
With him on stage, Guthro has his powerful, international six-piece orchestra with members from both Ireland, Canada, and Denmark. Irish Róisín Ryan is part of the band and is a gifted fiddle- and mandolin-player. Ryan also mesmerizes the audiences with her beautiful singing voice which creates great harmony with Bruce Guthro on stage. Also in the band is Matt Bashford on Uilleann pipes and whistle. His brilliant Irish sound adds a refreshing authenticity to the music.
On August 6th, Loreley Tattoo is taking place which Bruce Guthro will also attend. Accompanied by 360 members of the Tattoo Orchestra, Guthro will close the show at the big finale, which is sure to amaze audiences all the way to the back row.
It is going to be a fantastic summer in the Celtic name when Bruce Guthro attends the 2016 Loreley Festival. Do not miss a lot of great music surrounded by the best atmosphere underneath the warm summer sky!
”I'm really excited about playing at the Loreley Festival with a powerful Celtic set underneath the German summer sky . See you out there!”
– Bruce Guthro
Celtic X-mas Tour 2015
Bruce Guthro's Celtic X-mas concerts are a tremendous success.
In 2014, he performed 22
concerts across Denmark and Germany, and most venues announced a sold out show.
Therefore, many will be pleased to know that
Bruce Guthro will be back in 2015 with a great Christmas show performing his original songs,
Irish classics, and a number of the great and well-known English Christmas songs.
With him on stage, Bruce Guthro has his powerful, international six-piece band with
members from both Ireland, Canada, and Denmark.
Bruce Guthro's son, Dylan Guthro, is part of the band.
In addition to being a talented guitarist and singer, he is an excellent song-writer.
Also in the band is Irish Róisín Ryan who is a gifted fiddle- and mandolinplayer.
Furthermore, the audiences become mesmerized by Ryan's beautiful singing voice which creates great harmony with Bruce Guthro on stage.
Guthro is not only a great singer and songwriter, he is also a brilliant storyteller.
This is evident at the concerts where he engages the audiences with stories about his own Canadian Christmases and the funny characters from home.
On the Celtic X-mas Tour 2014 a concert DVD was recorded at beautiful Gram Castle where the Celtic sounds were fully embraced by the astounding historical surroundings.
This DVD is being released with the Celtic X-mas Tour 2015
and the audiences can look forward to taking some of the Celtic Christmas spirit with them home.
Despite the great enthusiasm from audiences, it is only possible for Bruce Guthro to schedule a few concerts in Denmark in 2015.
You will have to be quick if you wish to experience the Concert of the Year in 2015.
The ticket sale has begun at bruceguthro.dk
Celtic Summer 2015
Bruce Guthro's Celtic concerts are a tremendous success. In 2014, he performed 22 concerts across Denmark and Germany, and most venues announced a sold out show. Therefore, many will be pleased to know that Bruce Guthro and the band will return in 2015 to fill the summer atmosphere with impressive Celtic tunes.
With him on stage, Bruce Guthro has his powerful, international six-piece band with members from both Ireland, Canada, and Denmark. Irish Róisín Ryan is part of the band and is a gifted fiddle- and mandolin-player. Ryan also mesmerizes the audiences with her beautiful singing voice which creates great harmony with Bruce Guthro on stage. Also in the band is Matt Bashford on Uilleann pipes and whistle. His brilliant Irish sound adds a refreshing authenticity to the music.
On the Celtic X-mas Tour 2014, a concert DVD was recorded at beautiful Gram Castle in the south of Denmark where the Celtic sounds were fully embraced by the astounding historical surroundings. This DVD is being released in 2015 and the audiences can look forward to taking some of the Celtic atmosphere and magic with them home.
Despite the great enthusiasm from audiences, it is only possible for Bruce Guthro to schedule a few concerts in Denmark in 2015. Therefore, you will have to be quick to secure your ticket!
"I'm really looking forward to play at the summer festivals with a powerful Celtic show underneath the Danish summer sky. See you out there!"
Bruce Guthro invites you to a Celtic Christmas
An exceptional Christmas experience in the concert halls
New Christmas traditions are rarely created. Both the press and the audience agreed that Bruce Guthro
captured the perfect holiday spirit with last year's Celtic X-mas Tour in Denmark. This provides a foundation for a
brand new Christmas tradition in Denmark's concert halls with Bruce Guthro at the helm. With a mix of songs from his origin,
Nova Scotia in Canada, Irish classics and a number of well-known English Christmas carols, he
and his band achieved a great sense of harmony.
That's how you do Christmas. A new Christmas tradition is created – and what a unique one.
unday evening Bruce Guthro gave the Christmas concert of the year to a packed venue" Musikhuset Aarhus
"One of the records of the year in that genre of music, if not the best." ******Jyllands‐Posten
"His tremendously big voice gets better and better with time
and it suits the bombastic ballads that enrich the Celtic folk music so much.
Songs that keep lifting and lifting till you are at the edge of your seat.
It is sensitive, but not even a bit sentimental. " Erik Andresen, VAF
"2 hours of sublime entertainment – trembling intense – festive – personal – touching " Facebook
"The roof over DEN BLAA ENGEL in Kalundborg was about to split open.
It was a big and genius chance to take because it succeeded.
f there were no cracks in the masonry after the show, kudos to the contractor!” Sjællandske Medier
Celtic Music Meets Danish Castle
Experience Bruce Guthro at Gram Manor with his international six-piece orchestra. The audience
can look forward to an evening where the castle will serve sublime culinary art,
and Bruce Guthro will deliver storytelling and music with his voice at its best. It will be an evening for all
senses when the lead singer of Runrig shows his solo act that brings the charismatic
singer deep into the hearts of the audience.
"I love Christmas. If only the whole year was like the week before Christmas - the anticipation, the joy,
the generosity, and the family all gathered. What a great world we would have. "