Fergus McCreadie is one of Scotland’s most exciting young artists. He showed aptitude for music at an early age, and at twelve years old had set himself on a career in music. By the age of 15, Fergus had already won the U17s Young Scottish Jazz Musician award 2013 and went on to win it a second time the next year, the only time this feat has been achieved. For three years in a row, Fergus has been repeatedly selected to compete in the overall final of the Young Scottish Jazz Musician award, coming second in 2015. Fergus currently studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on a full scholarship, where he is taught by Paul Harrison. He has performed at the Edinburgh and Glasgow jazz festivals and has been featured alongside musicians such as Bob Mintzer and Tommy Smith. He performs regularly with his own trio with David Bowden and Stephen Henderson and is high in demand in Glasgow as a sideman.