Friday, 14 December 2007

Skotgaela Koruso la Northern Times:

After another busy year, members of Lairg Gaelic Choir are enjoying a short breathing space before their new season starts in January.

Since the National Mod in October, the choir has performed in functions at Ardgay, Rogart and Golspie, with representatives attending other events in Inverness and Dingwall. Audiences enjoyed singing along with the choir at the ceilidhs, and choir members hope some of them will now do so on a more permanent basis.

The new session starts in January, with the choir's annual general meeting on Monday, January 7, and the first practice session on Thursday, January 10, at 7.30pm in Lairg Primary School. New members will be made most welcome. You don't have to read music and you don't need to speak or understand Gaelic – all the help required will come from Gaelic tutors Barbara Murray and Norman Macdonald and conductors Ken Black and Evelyn Calder.

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