Eilidh Munro - Harpist/Singer

Performer, Teacher, Composer

    Eilidh Munro


Eilidh is a talented young multi-instrumentalist from Glasgow, Scotland. She successfully auditioned for the Music School of Douglas Academy at the age of 11 where she studied harp, voice and cello for years.

She was awarded a Distinction pass in the Trinity Guildhall Advanced Performance Certificate in Clarsach in 2011. She sings in Gaelic, Scots and Irish as well as classically (passing her ABRSM Grade 8 Voice with Distinction at the age of 17). Eilidh also plays the Highland bagpipes, the cello and the piano.


Eilidh won the An Comunn Gaidhealach Gold Medal for Ladies Solo Singing at the Paisley National Mod in October 2013 at the age of 20, as the youngest competitor to reach the final. She was subsequently invited to perform in a concert in Sydney organised by Comunn Gaidhlig Astralia [Gaelic Society of Australia] which took place on the 4th January 2014.


Currently studying Gaelic, Celtic Literature and French at the University of Edinburgh, Eilidh is available to perform at weddings and functions in and around Central Scotland.


She is also a popular clarsach and Gaelic singing teacher.


Eilidh regularly performs with fiddler Eilidh Steele and singer/songwriter Carly Slamin, as well as with various flautists.


Please do not hesitate to contact Eilidh should you be interested in any of her services by using the 'Contact' page or by emailing her at