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Welcome to beautiful Highland Perthshire... home to Aberfeldy & District Gaelic Choir.

The choir has been making music since 1967, and is proud to have been promoting Gaelic culture in the heart of Scotland for nearly half a century.

For some 30 years, we competed annually for the Royal National Mod's Lovat & Tullibardine trophy, and were winners of this prestigious award in 1988. Our second major National success came in 1999, when we won first prize in the Puirt a Beul competition.

In addition to taking part each October in the Royal National Mod, Aberfeldy Gaelic Choir's programme includes various provincial competitions, including our own local Mod in Aberfeldy.

But it isn’t all about the competitive environment – it’s also about the craic, and we have a reputation for enjoying ourselves as much as our music. Stay a while on our website, read about the social and charitable events that complement our Mod activities – and maybe you’ll decide that you’d like to join us. You’ll be very welcome…

Our Next Appearance

The Choir will be taking part in the Soldiers of Killiecrankie event on Sunday 31st July; and then the Mòd Ionadach na Dreòlluinn in Tobermory, Isle of Mull, on Saturday 10th September 2016. Find out more >>


Other Future Events: see our News pages for more information.


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Read Our News
The Choir has enjoyed success at recent local Mods in Stirling and Aberfeldy.

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Good result at the Royal National Mod 2015
Aberfeldy & District Gaelic Choir achieved a commendable result at the Royal National Mod in Oban, as runners-up in the Margrat Duncan Memorial Trophy competition.

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Forthcoming Choir Events
Read about events the Choir is planning in the weeks ahead.

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Join Us
We would welcome new members in all vocal parts, especially altos and basses...

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