Mark your calendars — An Comann Gàidhealach Ameireaganach (ACGA) will hold its 31st US National Mòd entirely online the weekend of Nov. 7-8. The Mòd Committee is contacting adjudicators and making plans for the competitions and any other events, and more information will be available soon.
The coronavirus has pushed all types of events online this year, including ACGA’s Grandfather Mountain Song and Language Week. That ...Read More
Plans are quickly taking shape for ACGA’s first Virtual US National Mòd on Saturday, Nov. 7. Two of Scotland’s leading Gaelic singers and educators, Rachel Walker and Gillebrìde MacMillan, will judge competitions in Gaelic storytelling, poetry, and song, and each will offer workshops as well.
The entire event will be conducted through the Zoom video conferencing app, just like ACGA’s Grandfather Mountain Song and Language Week ...Read More
Registration for the first online US National Mòd, which will be held via Zoom Nov. 6-8, is now open on this website.
The Mòd this year will feature six competitions:
- A beginning song competition for first-time competitors/singers (one song, own choice);
- A general competition for more experienced singers (have competed before);
- A storytelling competition (traditional Gaelic story, up to five minutes);
- A poetry recitation competition (from Maraiche nan Cuantan by ...
Registration is now open for the 32nd US National Mòd, which will be held online Saturday, Nov. 13 and Sunday, Nov. 14. The two-day event is a celebration of Scottish Gaelic song, poetry, and culture, featuring several competitions, workshops with our adjudicators, and a cèilidh.
Register for the event at this link:
Registrants pay a $25 fee to attend all events, including the various competitions, workshops, and ...Read More