Open Night, come and give choral singing a try!


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Ceilidh Dance North Kessock


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Mòd an Òbain

Congratulations to the winning choirs. The Mòd was a great celebration and the weather a fine reward for all the hard work put in by the organisers and competitors.

Here are our pieces from the L&T:

See you all in Stornaway if not before!

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Ceilidh Dance 20th November

We’ll be having a warm down after the Oban Mòd just across the water in North Kessock, with some dancing tunes from the excellent Robert Nairn.

Put the date in your diary now between the Highland League Cup Derby and St Andrews night!

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Free Blas Concert

BLAS_CathedralWe have a great concert to look forward to as part of the Blas festival in St Andrew’s Cathedral (Inverness) on Sunday the 6th of September

As well as the choir, you can hear the golden tones of  Inverness singer  Angus Macleod, and the haunting melodies of the Mairi MacInnes band, featuring Arron Jones (bouzouki), Stevie Fyvie (percussion), James Mackintosh (pipes/whistles) and Hamish Napier (piano/flutes).

All for the unbeatable price of:


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Choral Concert Sunday 5th July


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Oh my God… it’s the Cup Final!

As well as the mighty Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC taking a good chunk of the population of Inverness to Glasgow to watch them win the Scottish Cup Final,

CGI fave Adam Holmes will be playing Hootenanny this Wednesday with his band The Embers:

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Celtic Connections Gallery

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Celtic Connections

The choir is off on it’s travels again early in the new year – We are performing alongside Blazin’ Fiddles as part of the Strings Attached – The Next Generation concert at Celtic Connections.

Featuring the fantastic talents of singer-songwriters Adam Holmes, Rachel Sermanni and Aoife O’Donovan, the concert is built around the art of accompaniment, with the choir providing the vocal backdrop. Here’s Rachel performing a song written by Adam, just to give you a flavour:

The following night, the men of the choir (performing as ‘Trosg’) will be providing backing for a stellar lineup of Gaelic singers, as An Lòchran attempt to re-create the legendary atmosphere of the hallowed hostelry Bùth Dhòmhnaill ‘ic Leòid, within the Strathclyde Suite.

Mary Ann Kennedy will lead a troupe comprising Arthur, Eilidh and Ruairidh Cormack, Rona Lightfoot, Robert John MacInnes, Sineag MacIntyre, and the choir’s own Angus MacLeod.

There may be a dram taken.

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Trad Music Awards

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To top off a great year for traditional music in Inverness, the city will also be the host for this years Traditional Music Awards. The venue is the Leisure Centre in Bught Park, but tickets can be bought through Eden Court Box Office

There is still time to vote for your favourites – The Choir have been nominated in the Community Project category – which is a great recognition of the hard work so many volunteers have put in over the last 25 years to keep Gaelic music alive and well in the capital of the Highlands.

We are also delighted for Angus MacLeod, who has been nominated as Gaelic singer of the year – If you haven’t been lucky enough to hear him sing, there is a clip from his Gold-medal-winning performance at this year’s Mod below:

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