The Isle of Mull Gaelic Choir has 4 dates set for this Summer in which to give an auditory sensation to audiences in the acoustic surroundings of the 13th Century home of the Clan Maclean, Duart Castle.
The Choir was founded in 1978 to compete at the National Mod which was held that year in Oban. Since then it has gone from strength to strength with conductor Elizabeth Jack, and Gaelic Tutor Janet MacDonald.
At the National Mod in Stornoway in 2016 the Choir were awarded first prize overall for Gaelic and got second place in the mixed competition, just four marks below the winners.
See them in action here: