Singers singing in Gàidhlig, and groups with Gàidhlig singers

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Anna Mhàrtainn
Anna Martin, Gàidhlig singer from and living in Skye. Recording and performing traditional Scottish Gaelic song.
Beathag Mhoireasdan
Gàidhlig singer, actress and teacher from Uig, Lewis.
Brian Ó hEadhra
Gàidhlig (Scottish and Irish) singer, songwriter, guitar player, language worker, music manager
Ceòlmhor Ostaig
Band formed by students at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic-medium college
Christina Stewart
Home website of a traditional Highland singer, exploring her passion for Scotland's traditions of song. Includes details of workshops, project, performances and albums.
Dannsa
A dance group performing percussive traditional Scottish step-dances, traditional music and Gaelic song
Dàimh
A group with fluent Gaelic speakers playing Scottish, Irish and Cape Breton music
Dòchas
A group of five girls performing traditional Scottish and Irish music and Gaelic song
Fiona NicCoinnich
Fiona Mackenzie - Gaelic singer and teacher, from Morayshire, living in Dingwall
Maggie Carchrie
Gaelic singer and teacher of Scottish dance and song, from Massachusetts, USA.
Mairead Bennett
Gaelic singer, folklorist, writer, lecturer, and storyteller. Originally from Skye.
Mairead NicAonghais
Maggie MacInnes - Gaelic singer and clàrsach player from Barra
Margaret Stewart
Traditional Gaelic singer from Lewis
Màiri Sìne NicLaomainn
Mary Jane Lamond - Gaelic singer singing songs from the Cape Breton tradition
Rankins
Official unofficial website of The Rankins (formerly known as The Rankin Family), a musical family from Mabou, Cape Breton
Runrig
Scottish/Gaelic rock band, often in UK Top Ten, gold disc winners, with large international fan-base especially in Denmark and Germany, cult status
Seirm
Originally a four part Gaelic choir from Seattle, Seirm now also performs staged music dramas and includes instrumentalists as a part of the group.
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