Choir Members - Còisir Ghàidhlig Chàrlabhaigh

Còisir Ghàidhlig Chàrlabhaigh was established in May 2011 and is the first ever adult Gaelic choir in the Carloway area. The choir took part in its first Royal National Mòd that year in Stornoway and usually competes in the Lorn Shield and the Puirt competitions.  The choir is conducted by Màiri Macleod whose family is from Carloway on her father’s side.  Although Màiri lives in the south of England just now, she conducts the choir each Monday evening using Skype.  Choir uniform includes Harris Tweed ties and corsages made from cloth donated by the Carloway Mill.  CGC is a small choir but organises many community events each year, including a popular annual Pre-Mòd Ceilidh.  A number of choir members sing solo and precent Gaelic Psalms.
Secretary:  Jennifer Speirs 
Conductor:  Màiri Macleod
Gaelic Tutor:  Iain Macarthur


  • Mondays 7.30pm in Carloway Community Centre