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Highest Harp Concert

Highest Harp Concert

CloudAssist proudly partners with and supports Highest Harp Concert, setting a new world record in support of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

HHC's Goal

Highest Harp Concert’s first concert was performed at 4,954 m on the 6th of September 2018 above the summit of Singla pass, Himalayas, Ladakh, India.

Their next goal is to break their previous world record by holding a new Highest Harp Concert atop Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania at an altitude of 5,895 m.

Siobhan Brady will be playing the Celtic harp to break the record, and will be accompanied by her father, Sean, and the Highest Harp Concert team.

As before, this record will be broken in aid of those living with cystic fibrosis, with all funds raised for the climbing going to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.

Our Goal

Our first Highest Harp Concert was performed at 4,954 m on the 6th of September 2018 above the summit of Singla pass, Himalayas, Ladakh, India.

Our next goal is to break our previous world record by holding a new Highest Harp Concert atop Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania at an altitude of 5,895 m.

Siobhan Brady will be playing the Celtic harp to break the record, and will be accompanied by her father, Sean, and the Highest Harp Concert team.

As before, this record will be broken in aid of those living with cystic fibrosis, with all funds raised for the climbing going to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.

Meet the Team

Siobhan Brady
Harpist
Caroline Heffernan
Cystic Fibrosis Advocate & Organiser
Stephen Lappin
Fitness Instructor & Cameraman
Sean Brady
Communications Director

Meet the Team

Siobhan Brady
Harpist
Caroline Heffernan
Cystic Fibrosis Advocate & Organiser
Stephen Lappin
Fitness Instructor & Cameraman
Sean Brady
Communications Director

Highest Harp Concert - Himalayas, India

Watch the original world record-setting performance, held at 4,954 m on the 6th of September 2018 above the summit of Singla Pass, Himalayas, Ladakh, India.

Media Coverage

RTÉ (Radio Teilifís Éireann) - Ireland's National Broadcaster
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BBC - UK's National Broadcaster
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Media Coverage

RTÉ (Radio Teilifís Éireann) - Ireland's National Broadcaster
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BBC - UK's National Broadcaster
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Coverage in Multiple Newspapers

The Daily Mail, The Sun, The Sunday Mirror, The Independent, The Telegraph, and many more publications have covered Highest Harp Concert’s mission and journey to date.

Sponsors & Partners

Sponsors & Partners

Climbing Gallery

Some photos from HHC’s many climbs of Ireland’s peaks, done as a team in preparation for our main goal of holding the highest harp concert atop Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

The ultimate goal of Highest Harp Concert is to contribute the funds raised in setting the new world record to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, an organisation close to the hearts of the team.

A list breakdown of how proceeds are used by CF Ireland is provided below. For more information about CF and CF Ireland, click the button below.

  • Funding towards new Cystic Fibrosis units around the country, including dedicated in-patient, day care and out-patient facilities.

  • Advocacy to shape government policy, for example, through the ground-breaking ‘Pollock Report’ on Cystic Fibrosis services and campaigning to improve lung transplantation rates in Ireland.

  • Funding for medical and scientific research aimed at understanding, managing and treating Cystic Fibrosis.

  • Funding for specialist Cystic Fibrosis multidisciplinary posts in hospitals throughout Ireland.

  • Advice, information and advocacy services.

  • Exercise, Transplant and Fertility Grants.
  • Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

    The ultimate goal of Highest Harp Concert is to contribute the funds raised in setting the new world record to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, an organisation close to the hearts of the team.

    A list breakdown of how proceeds are used by CF Ireland is provided below. For more information about CF and CF Ireland, click the button below.

  • Funding towards new Cystic Fibrosis units around the country, including dedicated in-patient, day care and out-patient facilities.

  • Advocacy to shape government policy, for example, through the ground-breaking ‘Pollock Report’ on Cystic Fibrosis services and campaigning to improve lung transplantation rates in Ireland.

  • Funding for medical and scientific research aimed at understanding, managing and treating Cystic Fibrosis.

  • Funding for specialist Cystic Fibrosis multidisciplinary posts in hospitals throughout Ireland.

  • Advice, information and advocacy services.

  • Exercise, Transplant and Fertility Grants.
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