The new term of the Irish language singing class, ‘Claisceadal,’ will begin next week in Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, Great James’ Street.
The class explores the rich tradition of song in the Irish language, both in terms of singing the songs themselves as well as examining the stories behind the lyrics.
The first class of the New Year will take place on Thursday January 12th at 8pm and will be led by well known Derry gaelgeoir, Risteard MacGabhann.
Speaking ahead of the first class, Mr MacGabhann said the first song on the agenda will be ‘A Mhic mo Chroí.’
“As usual, all are welcome to attend this session, and new members are especially welcome,” he said.
For more information contact Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin on 71264132.