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Gaelic has been the language of Argyll since the Scots brought it over from Ireland in the 4th century. It has survived since then, although the numbers who speak it have dwindled considerably. However, there is an acceptance that our language is a valuable treasure to be preserved for our and future generations.

Oban Gaelic Choir aim to keep the language alive through singing, performing and sharing it with others.

Here their most recent performance at the Royal National Mod 2018 in Dunoon, will certainly inspire others to enjoy our culture and music.

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Daniel MacIntyre

Daniel MacIntyre


Daniel is an experienced business development consultant, digital marketing manager and director of The View, Oban’s live music venue and bar.

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