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(Ce˛lraidh GhÓidhlig Ghlaschu)



The Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association was formed in 1893 and is the oldest Gaelic Choir in Scotland. Throughout its history it has promoted the cause of the Gaelic language and Gaelic choral singing in particular.

The "GG" can justifiably claim to be the premier Gaelic choir, and in recent years it has won numerous awards at National and Local Mods, including the Lovat and Tullibardine Trophy at the National Mod in Fort William in 2007.

The choir has always been based in the West End of Glasgow and we meet for practices every Monday evening at 7.45 pm in Partick South Church in Dumbarton Road.

If you would like to join the choir, or if you would like more information about us, please feel free to contact us.

Moran taing –

Kenneth Thomson