Scotland The Brave is the smash hit celebration of the best of Scottish music, song, and dance.

This spectacular production features over 100 singers, dancers, and musicians, performing popular works such as Amazing Grace, Highland Cathedral, The Gael, Ye Banks and Braes, Auld Lang Syne and many others.

Scotland The Brave, with its rousing anthems and dashing performances, has captivated audiences throughout Australia and New Zealand and in North America and is now a best-selling DVD for ABC Classics.

Review: Scotland The Brave, Adelaide Festival Centre, Friday 24th March 

Review: Scotland the Brave: A Tale of The Gael – Music Triumphant, Sunday 2nd July

Sean O’Boyle – Conductor

Sean O’Boyle is a New York/Bethlehem based Australian composer/conductor, who spends his time between the USA and his native land of Australia. His compositions have been performed and or recorded by all the major Australian orchestras including the Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Tasmanian, West Australian and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and by European Orchestras including; Berlin Philharmonic, Orchestre Symphonique Divertimento. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra and by North American orchestras including the Dallas, Lexington, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.

Gregory Moore – Tenor

Gregory Moore is a graduate of the QLD Conservatorium of Music and as a Cross-over Pop Opera artist is in high demand for his performance style and versatility. His performing credits include: an original member of The Ten Tenors, The Pirates of Penzance – Australian Tour (Frederic Understudy, Ensemble), an original member of the Pop Opera Trio ‘La Forza’ and Tenor Soloist for the World Touring International hit Scotland the Brave, with performances at the Sydney Opera House and the Lincoln Centre in New York City.

Mirusia – Soprano

(Melbourne & Brisbane)
Mirusia has gained worldwide fame as soprano soloist with Andre Rieu. She studied opera at the Queensland Conservatorium in Australia and at the age of 21, Mirusia was announced as the youngest winner ever of the prestigious Dame Joan Sutherland Opera Award. After this prestigious win she has gone on to win many more awards and break many records with Andre Rieu and as a solo artist.

Cheryl Barker – Soprano

(Adelaide, Perth & Sydney)
One of the finest sopranos to emerge from Australia in recent years, Cheryl Barker is particularly noted internationally for her performances of Madama Butterfly, singing this role for English National Opera, De Vlaamse Opera, Hamburg State Opera, Deutsche Oper, Berlin, Netherlands Opera and Houston Grand Opera.

She also performed the leading role of Mimi in Baz Luhrmann’s acclaimed production of La bohème.

Andrew Fuller – Pipe Major

Andrew Fuller is the Pipe Major and founding member of the City of Adelaide Pipe Band. He is a world champion, having been a member of the Victoria Police Pipe Band when it won the 1998 World Pipe Band Champions title in Glasgow. Andrew is also a 4-time Australian and 2-time New Zealand Pipe Band Champion. Andrew competes regularly at the top level, Grade 1, overseas. Andrew has been our pipe soloist for Scotland the Brave since 2006 and has toured internationally with the show.

Marcus Holden – Fiddler

Trained as classical violinist from the age of 8, Marcus has developed skills as a multi-instrumentalist, playing mandolin, guitar, banjo, cittern, tenor guitar, dobro, all the members of the bowed string instrument family and even the saw. He has appeared at major festivals around the world, major events such as World Expo and venues such as the Lincoln Centre in New York and the Sydney Opera House.

Marcus plays many styles of music including Jazz, Folk, Country, Blues, Classical as a soloist and as a member of many groups.