Bruce MacGregor

Bruce MacGregor is one of Scotland’s most celebrated and accomplished fiddle players.  Taught by the great Donald Riddell CBE, Bruce’s style encapsulates the finest points of Highland fiddle music – bold and rugged at times, lyrical and beautiful at others. For Bruce, the essence of Scottish fiddle music lies in its ability to retain its heart and soul, whilst displaying diversity and a sense of adventure that, when brought together, make it truly unique in terms of traditional music. Bruce is probably best known as the founder of and driving force behind the multi-award winning Blazin’ Fiddles. He also toured and recorded with the first incarnation of Gaelic supergroup Cliar. Bruce’s composing skills have seen his work commissioned for TV, radio and stage.  He also features on many soundtracks across television and radio, and was named as the presenter of BBC Radio Scotland‘s flagship folk music show, Travelling Folk, in 2010.

“Bruce MacGregor has something of the Midas touch. This has nothing to do with luck; it has everything to do with a deep love and affinity for his music and a unique talent.”
— Fiddle On Magazine

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