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The Association of Gaelic Choirs

"The Association aim to promote, develop and maintain public education in and appreciation of the art and science of music and in particular Gaelic Choral Music. It was formed purely as a representative body seeking to further the interests of all Gaelic Choirs.  It is a governing body and does not interfere in any way whatsoever with the management or work of any individual choir.  Our role is to negotiate on behalf of Gaelic Choirs and to strengthen the common bonds between us."



Munich Gaelic Choir

A message from Annette Engel:

I am a former member of the Lothian Gaelic Choir and trying to establish a Munich Gaelic Choir.  To promote my initiative I created a page on Facebook .  Maybe you can help me to promote my web page in the Gaelic community? Or you know someone living in or around Munich which might be interested? For further info contact Anette Engel - anette.engel@t-online.de

 

An Comunn Gaidhealach - Monthly Newsletter

This has already been sent out to choir secretaries. For those who may not have seen it, here is the direct link to the newsletter section of the ACG website.

 

Mod Phaislig 2013

The Local Organising Committee has now submitted its Competition Venues Plan to An Comunn Ghaidheallach. An Comunn will have the final say (possibly not until after the summer) but our proposal is to have all of the choir competitons centred around the three main venues: that is the Town Hall, Paisley Abbey and the Wynd Centre. All three of these venues are within a 5 minute walk of each other, and the Town Hall and The Abbey are right beside each other. All of the venues are also just a 5 minute walk from Gilmour Street Station. In other words everything for the choirs is right in the centre of Paisley and there is also a range of bars and restaurants in this area..........................

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Coisir Ceann an Tuirc

Press Release

  • First male voice choir album launched in Argyll. A prizewinning Gaelic choir from Argyll, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2012, has marked the occasion by recording the first album ever produced by a male voice Gaelic choir.

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