Stirling Gaelic Choir Open Rehearsal Evening
Stirling Gaelic Choir is looking for new members, so come along to our Open Rehearsal Evening at The Treehouse, Macrobert Arts Centre on Wednesday 30th January! Everyone’s welcome, no auditions.
About Stirling Gaelic Choir Open Rehearsal Evening
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Dè mu dheidhinn feuchainn rudeigin ùr?
How about trying something new?
Stirling Gaelic Choir is looking for new members, so come along to our Open Rehearsal Evening. Everyone’s welcome, no auditions. Whether you’re learning Gaelic, a fluent speaker or completely new to the language, come and join us – you don’t need to speak Gaelic to sing it!
Venue: The Treehouse, Macrobert Arts Centre, 30th January.
We’ll sing some simple songs everyone can join in with, and the choir will work on the pieces we’re learning at the moment so you can hear what a real rehearsal night sounds like.
Find us in the Treehouse.
Our normal practices are every Wednesday evening from 7:30-10:00 at Logie Kirk Hall, Causewayhead.
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