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Soup 'n' Song – Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts

Soup 'n' Song – Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts

The spring season of Soup n Song returns to the Marryat Hall on Sunday 17 February with Dundee Gaelic Choir. The Dundee Gaelic Choir promotes the Gaelic language and culture through music and song. They compete in provincial mods throughout the year and at the Royal National Mod each October and at the 2018 Royal National Mod in Dunoon in the Margrat Duncan competition, they came a fantastic 3rd under the guidance of their conductor Frances Menter. Having only one native Gaelic speaker in the choir this is a great achievement. Frances conducts the choir with fun, vim and vigour! With a range of music from traditional Gaelic songs to modern Gaelic ballads written for Runrig! They also entertain at various events throughout the year, sharing their love of Gaelic language through music and song.

Supported by Bòrd na Gàidhlig Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts – Soup ‘n’ Song, will give audiences an opportunity to hear and enjoy Gaelic Music & Song. The concerts are also, celebrating Unesco International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 helping to promote and protect indigenous languages and improve the lives of those who speak them. 

Programme:
Dundee Gaelic Choir – Sunday 17 February 2019
Siannie Moodie – Saturday 23 March 2019         
Mary McInroy – Sunday 31 March 2019
Concert at 2pm, soup served at 1.30pm.
Ticket price £5 includes soup and a roll –  www.dundeebox.co.uk
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