Celtic Homelands
2 to 14 September 2018
Cruise to much-loved islands and celebrated coastlines of Western Britain

The National Trust for Scotland is proud to present our entertainment team as part of the unique appeal of our cruises. These performers are some of Scotland’s most popular and highly acclaimed entertainers. There will be a mix of variety shows, solo concerts, ceilidhs and Scottish dancing – we are sure that there is something that everyone will enjoy.

Jamie MacDougall

Jamie has established himself as one of the country’s most versatile singers and performers. He is a regular presenter with BBC Scotland on both radio and television, and in concert has worked with some of the world’s top baroque, chamber and symphony orchestras.

Siobhan Miller

Siobhan is one of the foremost singers in Scotland. Her range includes Scottish traditional, contemporary and self-penned material. In 2011 and 2013 she was voted ‘Scots Singer of the Year’ in the Scots Trad Music Awards.

Debra Stuart

Debra studied at the RSAMD, the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the National Opera Studio. Her career has seen her appearing in operas, oratorios and recitals. She is a regular guest artist with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, and is a member of the vocal trio Celtic Divas.

Steven Carcary

Steven is a leading accordionist and Scottish dance band leader. His wide-ranging style of playing, from Scottish reels to jazz, is a true inspiration to both listeners and dancers alike.

Raemond Jappy

Raemond is one of Scotland’s finest fiddle players. His playing is in the traditional Scottish style and he won the highly prestigious Glenfiddich Fiddle Championship award at Blair Castle in 2008.

Michael Barnett

Michael is a double graduate in music from the University of Glasgow. He was Musical Director for Caledon and has toured the world with them. Michael is an experienced concert performer and plays piano and keyboard regularly for Scottish Ballet and other dance companies as well as with orchestras.