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.
This Thursday 26th January, we feature :
A 20 year old musician from Fife, Scotland. She has released 3 singles over the past year and has released her new EP Ghosts in March 2022. Influenced by artists such as Amy Macdonald,
Noel Gallagher, Florence and the Machine, The Palaye Royale and Yungblud. Eve has been performing for 5 years and has a great passion for it, playing in various venues in Fife, Glasgow and Ayrshire. She is
currently studying BA Commercial music at UWS and is in her 4th year. Eve has been featured on several radio shows, having interviews and spotlights on a few of the shows – https://linktr.ee/EveDavidson
Edinburgh College’s Traditional Music Band
The band is made up of staff and full-time music students from the college: fiddlers, woodwind players,
guitarists, pianists and accordionists. They play their own arrangements of Celtic tunes – reels, jigs, strathspeys, airs, hornpipes and lots more – from Scotland, Ireland, the USA and
beyond. The band performs several times a year at concerts and functions in Edinburgh and Glasgow,
and playing at Celtic Connections on Campus is always a particular highlight. They’ll be part of a college
music tour to South West Scotland in June 2023: https://www.facebook.com/EdinburghCollegeMSP
A singer/songwriter from Glasgow, Ceara specifically dedicate myself to a genre as it doesn’t allow me to create freely, there’s a bit of something for everyone! This EP was written based on feelings of nostalgia.
This collective consists of composer, writer and performers drawing together their different creative influences. The combination of their vastly different musical backgrounds enables them to take the genre in a unique and exciting direction.