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Hailing from Scotland's beautiful and remote highlands and islands, The Mischa Macpherson Trio are a stunning new band to look out for. This year has already seen them win the prestigious BBC Radio 2 - 2014 Young Folk Award and win the Celtic Connections 2014 Danny Kyle Award. From a very young age the trio unearthed an enjoyment in creating music which has now began to shape their lives as budding musicians. They consider themselves lucky to have grown up surrounded by the culture, music and language that are rooted in the natural landscape of their home. Mischa MacPherson (Song and Clarsach), Innes White (Guitar) and Conal McDonagh (Pipes and Whistles) are all graduates of the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music. They met through the award-winning 'Feis Rois' when they were selected for the International Ceilidh Trail in 2011. Through the organisation, the trio toured top UK Folk Festivals and venues and went on to travel across the world for performanc!
es in Germany, Australia, Romania and Ireland. "They bring a rich vitality and passion to the traditional music they play. With musicianship like this the Gaelic tradition will continue to spread far and wide. A real joy to listen to!" (Folk Radio UK) "In an age where production can embellish and exaggerate musical ability, it's refreshing to hear honest music from understanding empathetic musicians, what the Mischa Macpherson Trio deliver is music from the marrow" (Dónall Mac Ruairí, RTE)
Ben Moss and Laurel Swift are an exciting new duo. Rich vocal harmonies and punchy arrangements of traditional and original songs and tunes infused with a great energy and bounce honed by years dancing together in Morris Offspring. Three fiddles, two voices, one melodeon and possibly even a pair of clogs. These two are undoubtedly ones to watch.