Graham Rorie

Graham Rorie

Orcadian fiddle and mandolin player Graham Rorie is an up and coming musician in the Scottish traditional scene. Tutored in Orkney by Douglas Montgomery (The Chair, Saltfishforty) he gained a huge amount of experience playing traditional music and also achieved his ABRSM Grade 8 Violin.

Now a honours year student in Glasgow at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the Traditional Music degree, Graham has been chosen to represent the Conservatoire at several occasions including Burn’s supper in Brussels, Belgium for the UK Ambassador and Scottish branch of the EU, a Scottish Music and Dance collaboration for The Prince of Wales at Dumfries House and a performance at a Conservatoire showcase in New York City.

Outside the Conservatoire Graham has toured internationally with bands such as Dosca and The Paul McKenna Band as well as featuring on several folk albums.

Graham plays a Colin Tulloch Violin and uses Remic microphones.

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