Glasgow’s C Duncan, born in 1989, is the son of two classical musicians. Surrounded by music throughout his childhood, Christopher initially took up piano and viola. His teens led him to school bands – learning to play guitar, bass and drums – but did little to quell his fascination with the composition and performance of classical music. He eventually enrolled in Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) to study music composition, where his pieces were performed by various ensembles across the UK.
C Duncan's musical style can be described as a unique blend of indie pop and classical influences. Drawing inspiration from artists such as *Teleman*, *Palace Winter*, and *Field Music*, he creates captivating melodies layered with intricate arrangements. With a voice that effortlessly soars over lush instrumentals, C Duncan's songs transport listeners into a world filled with beauty and emotion.
Having released several critically acclaimed albums including "Architect" and "The Midnight Sun," C Duncan has established himself as one of the most talented singer-songwriters in the contemporary music scene. His compositions have garnered praise for their rich harmonies, poetic lyrics, and meticulous attention to detail. Whether performing solo or collaborating with other artists like *Dutch Uncles* or *Gruff Rhys*, C Duncan continues to captivate audiences worldwide with his enchanting soundscapes.