Celtic Connections on Campus is brought to you live from Glasgow Caledonian University as part of Celtic Connections in association with Celtic Music Radio and TRADtv.
From Monday 23 to Friday 27th January 2023 we will showcase some of the brightest up-and-coming talent from across Scotland both in front of the mic and behind the scenes.
Today we feature : Mist & Wing / Kristina Leesik & Eleanor Dunsdon / Liam Ross
Mist & Wing make music that welcomes you in. Think indie folk with hints of country: “If you mixed
Angus & Julia Stone with The Jayhawks and The Chicks, this is what you’d get.” Alan & Grace Murray
make up the Scottish duo, hailing from the Isle of Skye. ‘Step Into The Light’, the debut EP
produced by Jack Henderson (Over The Rhine) is out now. Christmas single ‘When This Time Of Year
Comes Round’, produced by Graeme Duffin (Wet Wet Wet), was released in November 2021.-
Kristina and Eleanor are a Glasgow based fiddle and harp duo, who met during their postgraduate studies in Traditional Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2021. Blending their respective sounds of Swedish traditional fiddle and Scottish clàrsach, along with multilingual vocalharmonies and influences from classical and contemporary genres, they form a creative new duo.
Liam Ross is one of the foremost fingerstyle guitarists in the Scottish Highlands. A highly versatile and
qualified musician Liam has recently gained an MA in Music and the Environment. His unique approach to
guitar and live performance ensures he never fails to captivate and engage a wide range of audiences. He
seamlessly blends his humor, emotion and commanding stage presence through his songs and
classic covers which showcase his lighting fast, fingerpicking style. This was seen in performances at
the Celtic Connections Festival and sell-out Under Canvas performances at Eden Court. His influences
include Mark Knopfler, Tommy Emmanuel, Bert Jansch and John Martyn. He was also the Musician
In Residence for the Fèis Rois and Dandelion Unexpected Garden in Alness.