Nairn Gaelic Choir is a 4-part a capella choir, whose main purpose is to keep alive the Gaelic language through performance of traditional and modern Gaelic songs. The choir was formed in 1991 and since then has competed in the annual National Mod, winning their competition several times and appearing on television, while also visiting other competitions and festivals over the years, including Vancouver, Canada and Tralee, Ireland.
Most of the choir’s repertoire is in Gaelic, although they do have a few non-Gaelic songs, and do a lot of carol singing around Christmas!
Originally formed in 1936, the Elgin Strathspey & Reel Society is a Scottish Fiddle Orchestra dedicated to promoting Traditional music. The society is conducted by Stephen Cooper and plays in many concerts in the local area, as well as making trips abroad to promote its music.
You can expect a rousing evening of Traditional music and song in aid of the worthy charity, Alzheimer Scotland.
£10 General Admission | £5 Under 16’s *
* We are offering a free carer/companion ticket for any disabled or wheelchair-user audience members throughout our shows this season. Please note that it is helpful if this is booked in advance via the WeGotTickets website, so that we can ensure that there is adequate accessible seating reserved on the day/night of the event.
Wheelchair access, or entry for people with a disability is available from the side entrance, by the Phoenix Café.
Tickets for our Spring/Summer 2023 events can also be purchased in person at the Phoenix Shop, Findhorn. These will be available for purchase from mid-February.