Fiddler and singer, Chloë Bryce, is an emerging talent in Scotland’s folk scene. An individual capable of captivating audiences through her soulful interpretations of traditional Scottish music, she has honed a musical voice of startling maturity despite her tender age. Brought up a Gaelic speaker in the North Highlands, her music is informed by a deep regard for the old tunes and songs embedded in Highland culture. Whether playing old traditional material or her own compositions, she extends the same care and intimacy to every note she plays.
Chloë performs regularly with highly sought-after Glasgow-based musician Luc McNally. She has appeared on stages worldwide, performing at internationally renowned events including Festival Interceltique de Lorient, Celtic Colours International Festival, National Celtic Festival of Australia, Cambridge Folk Festival and Celtic Connections. She graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in July 2020 with First Class Honours in Traditional Music Performance.
Guitarist Luc McNally performs in a duo with singer Hannah Rarity, with Scottish folk fusion bands 'Dosca' and 'Sketch', in a pipes and Northumbrian song duo 'Eddie and Luc', and in a new contemporary/traditional string trio 'Snuffbox'.
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