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An Lòchran song session

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An Lòchran song session

WHAT a lovely time myself and Gillebride MacMillan had in Dram on Saturday afternoon hosting An Lòchran’s Gaelic song session.

There were wonderfully enthusiastic singers from as far afield as Germany, Chicago – and even Kilmarnock – in attendance.

Well done to Shona Masson at An Lòchran for organising the event.

‘Seeker Reaper’ by Kenneth Thomson

AS SOON as I finish writing this column, I am going to return to the thoroughly enjoyable task of learning my music for Seeker Reaper, a fantastic piece of music composed by Kenneth Thomson, based on the Kintyre Scots poetry of George Campbell Hay. I am excited to perform it alongside pianist Andrew Dunlop and Kenny’s GG choir on Thursday June 16 at 8pm in St John’s Renfield Church, Beaconsfield Road, as part of the West End Festival. I will include more details about this concert in next week’s paper. Until then, keep the date free.

Uist and Barra AGM

AT ITS recent annual general meeting, Glasgow Uist and Barra Association made a few changes to its committee management.

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