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19mh An Giblean 2017





 



June 25 - 30, 2017 - Ontario College of Piping & Drumming Gaelic Immersion

July 2 - 7, 2017 - Grandfather Mountain Gaelic Song & Language Week



Cùrsa Bogaidh

Gaelic Immersion


aig Sgoil Phìobaireachd is Dhrumaireachd Ontario

at the Ontario School of Piping and Drumming


Gàidhlig na h-Alba

Scottish Gaelic


Luchd-foghlaim

Instructors


Aonghas MacLeòid, Alba Nuadh: 

 luchd-eadar-mheadhanach is luchd-adhartach

Angus MacLeod, Nova Scotia:  Intermediate / Advanced


Ciarrai Cheanadach, Ontario:  Luchd-tòiseachaidh

Kerrie Kennedy, Ontario: Beginners


Tòisich aig an ìre tòiseachaidh

Start as a beginner


Lean air gus an ìre eadar-mheadhanach no ìre adhartach

Continue as intermediate or advanced


Fuirich taobh a-muigh na Colaiste no fuirich aig a’ Cholaiste

Day Student or Boarder


25 - 30 an t-Ògmhios, 2017

25 - 30 June, 2017


Sgoil Cholaiste Lakefield, Lakefield, Ontario

Lakefield College School, Lakefield, Ontario 


tuilleadh fiosrachaidh

http://ospd.ca/conversational-gaelic-immersion-program/

 for more informaion


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Get ready for Grandfather Mountain!


Registration is now open at 

http://www.acgamerica.org/grandfather-mountain-gaelic-song-and-language-week-2017-registration/


When? Sunday, July 2 through Friday, July 7, 2017 

Where? Lees-McRae College, Banner Elk, NC

What? The sounds of Gaelic, will resound in the mountains of North Carolina. Songs, stories and fun galore! 

Who? You! Absolute beginners to fluent speakers are welcomed.

Why? Sing with us and learn some of the most beautiful songs in the world. Learn Gaelic with us, improve your language skills, or have conversations with other fluent speakers. We offer a great learning experience for all language levels. Enjoy the company of fellow Gaels and join our cèilidhs. Share a song, a poem, a joke, a story – or just listen and enjoy. Folks are friendly and will help you if you don't understand. Come and join our very welcoming community!


We have three experienced and wonderful teachers for this year, all returning by popular demand.


Angus MacLeod is a Gaelic speaker, singer, storyteller, artist, writer and actor. He was born to Gaelic speaking parents in a Cape Breton Gàidhealtachd. He learned Gaelic on his own through song and by speaking with local elders, augmented by classes at various institutions in Nova Scotia.


Angus began teaching in 1998. Since then he has taught Gaelic language and song at the Gaelic College of Arts and Crafts, St. Francis Xavier University and Cape Breton University, and at many venues throughout Canada and the U.S. He is a renowned story-teller and also an accomplished Gaelic singer who conducts Gaelic song workshops in Nova Scotia and online. We offer him the heartiest of welcomes back to Beinn Seanair!


Alasdair Whyte was brought up in Mull and his family home is in Salen. He developed a passion for the language and for Gaelic song at a young age and was awarded An Comunn Gàidhealach’s Gold Medal at the Royal National Mòd in Dunoon in 2006 at the age of 19.


He is now a regular adjudicator at the Royal National Mòd. Alasdair is a composer of verse and song and his debut album, ‘Las’, which includes both local traditional songs and self-penned Gaelic songs, was released in December 2012.

Dr. Anne Lorne Gillies is a singer, broadcaster, writer, public speaker and Gaelic activist. Raised on a croft in Argyll, she was immersed in Gaelic culture and in a broad range of musical styles. She won the Women’s Gold Medal at the Royal National Mòd in Scotland at the age of 17 in 1962 and has since performed at numerous venues and events.


She wrote a definitive book on Gaelic song, “Songs of Gaelic Scotland,” now in its third edition, and has recorded many albums, as well as producing the famous “Speaking Our Language” television series. Dr. Gillies is also a life-long advocate for Gaelic. She is a former National Education Development Officer with Comann na Gàidhlig, and in 2009 the Scottish Government named her Tosgair na Gàidhlig, a “Gaelic language ambassador.”


Fees:

1. Private Room and tuition with meals US $525 + ACGA membership fee

2 .Private Room and tuition without meals US $400 + ACGA membership fee

3. Day Student with tuition but no lodging or meals US $275 + ACGA membership fee

4. Family Member with lodging and meals but no classes US $350

If none of these categories fit, let us know and we’ll see what can be arranged. Please email john Grimaldi at iainmartainn@aol.com




 Comann Luchd-Ionnsachaidh Thoronto / Toronto Gaelic Learners Association               

 làrach air a h-ùrachadh 

19mh An Giblean 2017 


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