Beinn an Tuirc Festival Gaelic Night
Argyll Hotel, Campbeltown – tickets £10
Catherine Tinney with Conor Markey
Alex MacKinnon, Raibeart MacCallum
Glasgow-based Gaelic singer Catherine Tinney hails from the Isle of Skye, where she was immersed in Gaelic culture and traditional music from a young age. An experienced performer, she grew up singing at local cèilidhs, attended the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music in Plockton, and has performed at international festivals such as Celtic Connections and Festival Interceltique de Lorient. More recently, Catherine was a BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2019 finalist.
Catherine will be accompanied by Conor Markey at this concert
Iain is a hugely popular performer at the Festival having performed and headlined at the Dalriada Connections Concert and Gaelic Nights over the past few years.
Iain is also a past winner of the Silver Pendant at the Royal Mod.
Gaelic Mod winner, radio and TV performer, Norman Mackinnon returns to perform at this years Gaelic Concert. Norman is a firm favourite at the Gaelic Night as is delighted to be singing to a live audience one again
Raibeart MacCallum who lives in Campbeltown and Alec MacKinnon from Carradale will join a host of special guests on the night.
Both Raibeart and Alex have performed at every Gaelic Night and are huge supporters of Gaelic, song and music in the Kintyre area.