Choir Members - Atomaig Piseag

Atomaig Piseag is a fun-loving, colourful and innovative Ladies’ Gaelic choir from the stunningly beautiful county of Argyll in the Scottish Highlands. We sing in the eloquently expressive Scottish Gaelic language and were originally formed to take part in the 2003 Royal National Mòd. Amongst our members, we also have two Mòd Gold Medallists, three Silver Pendant winners and numerous prize winning soloists, quartets and duets. They come from all over Argyll, Scotland and beyond to attend rehearsals once a month. Dedicated singers come from Campbeltown, Tarbert Loch Fyne, Lochgilphead, Connel, Taynuilt, Oban, Isle of Mull and beyond, but none is so far travelled as our bold conductor, Raymond Bremner, who hails from Thrumster, in Caithness, a round trip of eight hours each month! He loves us, really.

We released our debut album, entitled Piseag Gu Leòr, in 2008 and are currently collating material for a new release – keep your ear to the ground for exciting news in the near future.

Rehearsals

  • Once a month, 1030-1530 in Oban Pipe Band Hall - dates decided annually.

Location