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Gaelic Society of Inverness concert - Friday 12th March, Eden Court Theatre
Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis
Posts: 19
Posted: 12-Jan-2010 11:29
Thig cuspair na cuirme bliadhnail aig Comunn Gàidhlig Inbhir Nis, ann an Talla na h-Ìmpireachd aig Eden Court Dihaoine 12 Màrt 2010, beò tro cheòl agus òrain Ghàidhlig a’ thaisbeanas lèirsinn a’ Ghàidheil air ràithean na bliadhna. Mar is àbhaist, nochdaidh cuid de phrìomh luchd-ciùil na Gàidhlig, agus am measg na chluinnear bidh Caitlin NicAonghais; Art MacCarmaig; Magaidh Dhòmhnallach; Pòl MacCalum; Canntaireachd; agus an Còmhlan Cèilidh Monach Isles. “Leis na cuirmean seo a’ tàladh luchd-èisteachd far feadh Alba ‘s fhiach tiogaidean a chur air dòigh cho luath ‘s a ghabhas”, arsa Cathraiche a’ Chomuinn, Ailean Caimbeul.

“Seasons and moods”, the 2010 theme for the Gaelic Society of Inverness concert at Eden Court’s Empire Theatre on Friday 12 March 2010, will present a Gaelic music and song perspective of the seasons. Featuring leading Gaelic performers, and with a focus on youth, these themed events have become increasingly popular Gaelic celebrations with simultaneous interpretive Power Point presentation by Cailean MacLean. The 2010 programme will include Kathleen MacInnes; Arthur Cormack; Maggie MacDonald; Paul MacCallum; Canntaireachd; and the Monach Isles Ceilidh Band. “”Book early to avoid disappointment” may be a cliché, but with this kind of line-up we expect a full-house!” says Society Chairman Allan Campbell.

Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis
Posts: 19
Posted: 14-Jan-2010 17:43
Forgot to give information about ticket prices - they are £12 / £10 and available from Eden Court Theatre box office - 01463 234234.
Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis
Posts: 19
Posted: 09-Feb-2010 14:17
We are delighted to confirm that the Gaelic Society's acclaimed honorary piper, Dr Angus MacDonald (Glenuig) will also be performing at the concert.
Pict
Posts: 2138
Posted: 09-Feb-2010 14:50
That line-up and Dr Angus too - that is a lot for your money, folks - get along there! :-)
sgithman
Posts: 50
Posted: 09-Mar-2010 09:14
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Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis
Posts: 19
Posted: 10-Mar-2010 11:08
We are looking forward to a great night of entertainment. Come along if you can - there are still tickets available.
Comunn Gaidhlig Inbhir Nis
Posts: 19
Posted: 13-Mar-2010 23:06
Bha fìor dheagh oidhche ann aig Cuirm Bhliadhnail Chomunn Gàidhlig Inbhir Nis an raoir, aig taigh-cluiche Eden Court ann an Inbhir Nis. Bha cha mhòr 400 neach an làthair airson èisteachd le na seinneadaran is luchd-ciùil ainmeil a bha còmhla rinn.

Last night’s Annual Event at Eden Court Theatre lived up to and indeed exceeded expectations. Almost 400 people came along to be entertained by the talented singers and musicians who were performing. The solo singers were: Kathleen MacInnes, Maggie MacDonald, Arthur Cormack and Paul MacCallum. It was wonderful to hear different styles of singing from each performer and the audience enjoyed hearing songs such as “Allt an t-Siùcar”, “Ceud fàilt’ air gach gleann” and many more which all fitted in with the “Seasons and Moods” theme. The excellent Monach Isles Ceilidh Band, led by Michael Macmillan, played rousing jigs and reels to get the audience in the celidh spirit, along with some lovely lilting waltzes. It was great to see so many youngsters singing with “Canntaireachd” – the youth choral group led by Eilidh Mackenzie. They sang beautifully and again were very popular with the audience. We were priviliged to have with us the Society’s Honorary Piper, Dr Angus MacDonald, who opened the show and played again in the second half. Brigadier Iain MacPhàrlain, the Society Chief for the coming year, delivered a short speech before the concert closed with performers and audience singing together the songs “Cànan nan Gàidheal” and “Soraidh leibh is oidhche mhath leibh”.

A powerpoint was displayed above the stage with a running translation between performances and each song was accompanied by landscape photographs by Cailean MacLean. The stunning photographs perfectly complemented each different song. Allan Campbell, Chairperson of the Society, did an expert job as Fear an Taighe. Many thanks to the wonderful singers and musicians for making it a great night - mòran taing.

weeboyagee
Posts: 168
Posted: 14-Mar-2010 11:11
I heard that it was a great night from some folks in North West Scotland who travelled to the event. Well done on a cracking night!

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