Thanks to all who came to the Cathedral on Sunday, and to the organisers of the Concert. It was lovely to sing along with the Voices in Harmony Chorus from Saco, Maine, and more than five hundred pounds was raised for the Hospice.
After a year of Zoom rehearsals, members of Còisir Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis were once more able to get back together in person recently for a socially-distanced singing session at Bogbain Farm, Inverness. The smiles say it all – what a feeling to sing together again! As lockdown restrictions ease and the country opens up again, we’re looking forward to lots more opportunities to come together to sing as a group and to share our music with everyone. Watch this space!
Was great to be back amongst our choir family for first time in a long time, an absolute joy! Thoroughly enjoyed it!
Bar featuring malt whiskies and premium gins
Tickets £12 Adult, £6 U-16 available on the door.
This year at Fèis Rois nan Deugairean there is a very special opportunity for a pupil who chooses Gaelic Song as their main workshop. One bursary funded place will be awarded on the residential course taking place this October in memory of Maggie Macdonald, Fèis Rois Board Member and much loved member of Inverness Gaelic Choir.
Applicants are invited to write up to 200 words on why they deserve the free place and how they think it will help them develop as a singer before Monday 18th September and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fèis Rois nan Deugairean is for secondary school pupils and takes place in Ullapool from 9th-13th October. Bookings are open now at feisrois.org. If the winner has already signed up to come along, then their course fee will be refunded and covered by the bursary.