Tuesday 10th March

Venue: The Glad Cafe, Shawlands

Doors: 7:30pm

£7

Gaels le Cheile w/

MNÁ

& Gillebride MacMillan

Gaels le Cheile & Glasgow St Patrick’s Festival 2020, present MNÁ & Gillbride MacMillan

With support from Colmcille, we present an evening of the best of songs in Irish & Gaidhlig and top traditional musicians with this concert headlined by
MNÁ (Róisín Chambers, Mairéad MacNeil- McManus, Katie Boyle, Julia Howard)
plus special guest Gaidhlig singer Gillbride MacMillan!

Bígí linn fa choinne oíche cheoil den chéad scoth leis an bhuíon cheoil “Mná” agus Gillebride MacMillan. Cead isteach £7. Le tuilleadh eolais nó ticéadí a fháil dean teagmháil linn.

TICKETS: £7
Available on the door / Ar an doras
or via Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gaels-le-cheile-mna-gillebride-macmillan-tickets-96739258727


MNÁ
Róisín Chambers: (Amhránaí agus Fidléir),Mairéad MacNeil- McManus (Feadóg Mhóir),Katie Boyle (Fidil),Julia Howard(Bouzuki)

A collaboration of four musicians and friends, all steeped in the richness of traditional Irish Music.
Tonight’s band will lead the audience through a showcase of tradional sean nos songs and tunes drawn from their heritage and influences of Dublin, Connemara, Donegal and Fermanagh.
Born and bred in Dublin, Roisin comes from a family of musicians and grew up surrounded by Irish music, language and culture. She learnt her music at Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann in Dublin and was lucky to have legendary singers and teachers at her doorstep including Una Ban nic Mhathuna and Seamus macMathuna who have a huge impact on her musical journey. She has won honors at fleadhanna cheoil and performed on stages both nationally and beyond with various bands including Salsa Celtica and the Bonny Men.
Boyle, Reid and McManus owe much of their music to the celebrated Glasgow Irish Minstrel’s branch of Comhaltas. Irish Minstrels shaped the foundations for their musicianship which has been fundamental in shaping the raw traditional styles that they are drawn to. Joining forces with the sean nos singing of Chambers will display a balance between the intricacies of song and a good measure of powerful tunes.

Gillebrìde MacMillan
Gillebrìde MacMillan is from the Milton in South Uist. He comes from a family with a strong Gaelic background.’S e am mac as òige aig Niall Sheonaidh Nèill à Gearraidh Bhailteas agus Ann Dhòmhnaill Ailean ’Illebhrìde à Baghasdal. Gaelic is his first language and Gaelic songs and traditions were always an important part of family life.
‘Air Fòrladh / On Leave’ is Gillebrìde’s second CD. His first ‘Thogainn Ort Fonn!’ was released in 2005 and he has also sung on CD with ‘Na Seòid’ and on ‘Home to Argyll’ – a collection of the songs of Ethel McCallum.
Gillebrìde stars as Gwyllyn the Bard in the tv series Outlander in which he sings traditional Gaelic songs.



GAELS LE CHEILE is a joint project between Conradh na Gaeilge Glaschú & An Lochran, supported by Colmcille
Bringing together Scottish and Irish Gaelic culture through language, music & dance!
A thabhairt le chéile cultúr Gaelach na hAlban agus na hÉireann trí cheol teanga, & damhsa!
A’ toirt cultar Gàidhlig na h-Alba ‘s na h-Èireann le chèile troimh chànan, ceòl is dannsa!

Info/Eolas: cnag_glaschu@hotmail.com / 07866453798

 

 

 

Tonight's concert organised by Conradh na Gaeilge Glaschú (www.cnag-glaschu.co.uk) and An Lòchran (www.anlochran.co.uk) as part of their Gaels le Cheile series of events bringing together the Gaeilge (Irish ) & Scottish Gaelic (Gaidhlig) communities.


 

Supported by Colmcille (www.colmcille.org)

 

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