Celtic Connections on Campus 21st Jan 2016

Had a really great time in Glasgow at Celtic Connections this year. The people, atmosphere, and support for so much music has been amazing!

I was very happy to be performing at a new event hosted by the festival. ‘Celtic Connections on Campus’, a four day event of afternoon live performances showcasing music students from all over the country. The event was held at Glasgow Caledonian University in association with Audio at GCU and Celtic Music Radio.

I performed a 20 minute live set to a festival audience on the third day of the event on the 21st Jan at 1:30pm. The performance was broadcast live over the radio, 95fm Glasgow, and online at celticmusicradio.net. You can listen back to the days performances on Celtic Music Radio’s catch up programme from their website, and from the direct link here at celtic connections on campus catch up. My set is just over halfway through the recording.

Celtic Connections on Campus 21st Jan 2016. Wilson Noble performing at the Caledonian Glasgow University.

All in all, had a very productive and enjoyable time at a really special Scottish Festival.

looking forward to next year already!


Other news:

Stay posted for the upcoming release of my new single ‘Heartspace’. Release date to be announced soon!

the single will also be accompanied by a music video showcasing performance photographs & video footage spanning over 10 years.

As part of Aberdeen Performing Arts ‘Connect’ project, I’ll be performing alongside a group of local musicians, Jason Singh & Aidan O’ Rourke at the Aberdeen Music Hall in Aberdeen on March 31st.


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