Dundee Gaelic Choir, officially known as the Dundee Gaelic Music Association, was formed in 1896 and enjoyed early success in 1903 as the first ever winners of the prestigious Lovat and Tullibardine Trophy which they went on to win on several other occasions. The Association went into abeyance in 1939 but was reconstituted in 1966. In 2006 we celebrated the 40th anniversary of the reconstitution with a dinner attended by many former members including Isobel Darroch, our original conductor from 1966.
Dundee Gaelic Choir
The Dundee Gaelic Choir promotes the Gaelic language and culture through music and song. We compete in provincial mods throughout the year and at the Royal National Mod each October. We also entertain at Highland Societies and ceilidhs throughout the Tayside area. The choir is trained by Stewart Fyffe, who has extensive experience in working with different choirs and has kindly agreed to share his knowledge and experience with us. While based in Dundee, the choir draws members from Dundee, Angus, Perthshire and Fife.
The choir meets for practice every Monday night at 7.15pm in the St. Mary Magdalene's Church Halls, Dudhope Crescent Road, Dundee.
New members are always welcome – especially men! Prior knowledge of Gaelic is not required as tuition will be given
Contact Audrey Roshier 01382 826301 or email@example.com for further information.
ABERFELDY MOD 2016:
The choir sang well throughout, with the highlight being a 2nd place in the Puirt - ahead of Aberfeldy Gaelic Choir!
Choir will be on Summer break throughout JULY and reconvene on the 1st August 2016.
100 CLUB DRAW BONUS BALL DRAW 6 JUNE 2016
!st Prize £50 Ian McKinney
2nd Prize £30 John Gordon
3rd Prize £20 Kate McLeary
4th Prize £15 Richard Swan
5th Prize £10 David Angus
The choir do not intend to make the trip to Stornoway for the National Mod in October 2016, but wish our two soloists, Anne Bennett and Sandie Kennedy all the best in competing.
The choir will be performing at the Highland Society Ceilidh in October, date and venue TBC.
THE NATIONAL MOD, OBAN
The choir sang well but unfortunately were not placed.
Sandie Kennedy competed in The Silver Pendant Competion and went into the final in third place. Unfortunately she was not placed in the final but sang well.