Chloë Bryce

Ceilidh Trail 2015-2016
Originally from Easter Ross, Chloë Bryce developed her grasp of traditional music through her involvement in the Fèis movement. She went on to study fiddle and Gaelic song at the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music in Plockton. Her music is informed by a deep regard for the old tunes and songs embedded in Highland culture, while also driven by the need to explore her own innate creativity. She has gained repute as a composer and a number of her tunes have come into circulation in the Glasgow session scene.    

Chloë has toured extensively across the UK, with notable appearances at Celtic Connections, Cambridge Folk Festival and Sidmouth Folk Festival. She has also performed internationally at Festival Interceltique de Lorient, Celtic Colours International Festival and the National Celtic Festival of Australia.

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