Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich

A week long residential course at Hartfield House, Applecross, for aspiring poets and lovers of the Gaelic language everywhere.

[09/12/15]   Dà là san Dàmhair airson a chur nur cuimhne - Diardaoin 22mh agus Dihaoine 23 - Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich 2015 le Aonghas MacNeacail aig Coille Mhùiridh.

Two days this October to remember - Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd - Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich 2015 - Applecross Bardic School 2015 - with Aonghas MacNeacail at Hartfield House, Applecross.

[10/28/14]   Rud intinneach a' tachairt air a chuir an dòigh leis an Sgoil Bhàrdachd:
Essie Stewart is coming to Applecross Hall on Thursday 30th October at 2pm for a storytelling session in English and will be doing the same in Gaelic at 7pm. Tea and homebaking after. Entry by donation. Everybody welcome.

[08/09/13]   It may be raining on the last day of the Bardic school but we hope our lovely students will go home feeling happy about having spent time in the beautiful Sanctuary!

08/08/2013

Roddy's walk on the trees and wild plants of the Gael

07/08/2013

And here is the lovely Christine Martin playing the clarsach: doesn't it sound gorgeous?

Music Sessions in Clachan 07/08/2013

A presentation by Christine and Alasdair Martin on musical instruments from Scottish history, followed by a lesson of tin whistle by Rachel Harris.
Thursday 8th August 2013

A presentation by Christine and Alasdair Martin on musical instruments from Scottish history, followed by a lesson of tin whistle by Rachel Harris.
Thursday 8th August 2013

[08/07/13]   Music in Clachan Church this afternoon!

[08/06/13]   Students and volunteers are off to Sand beach for the afternoon: how lucky are they really?

[08/05/13]   The third edition of the Bardic School starts... now!!!

[08/01/13]   After having seen our amazing programme, don't you feel like coming along? You know you want it!

01/08/2013

Clàr-ama 2013 Timetable

30/07/2013

Coming out from a last meeting before the Sgoil starts and this is the view we are greeted with... Wouldn't this inspire you a poem or a song?

[07/29/13]   ‘Craobhan is lusan: the trees and wild plants of the Gael’. Ruairidh an Òchain explores Gaelic names for plants and some of the botanical heritage of the Gaelic people. This will be an easy walk for around an hour and a half along some of Applecross’s network of paths, starting and finishing at the walled garden. Associated with Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich / The Applecross Bardic School, it will be conducted bilingually to allow non Gaelic-speakers to participate. All are welcome. Come equipped for the weather! Leaves the Walled Garden car park on Thursday 8 August at 2.00pm.

25/07/2013

Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich 2013

[07/24/13]   Gordon Cameron, curator of the Applecross Heritage Centre has been added to the list of speakers, so the timetable will change slightly... We'll keep you posted!

[07/23/13]   We'd like to wish Fiona McArthur all the best and thank her for her kind words on the Sgoil. Here is what she sent us by e-mail:
"I think that you all are providing an unique and valuable experience for those interested in Gaelic culture and I hope that you will continue hosting this wonderful event."
Moran taing Fiona!

[07/19/13]   Did you know that you don't have to attend the whole residential course but can pick a day in the week and attend one particular lecture?

18/07/2013

Applecross inspires and and enhances creativity, as this picture of a stone sculpture shows...

17/07/2013

This is our provisional timetable (trips subject to change as they are weather dependent!). Please remember that if you don't want to join the residential course, you can still attend a day at a time for £30/day (includes lunch)!

Bardic School 2012 16/07/2013

Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich 2012, A' Chomraich, Ros an Iar

Sgoil Bhàrdachd na Comraich 2012, A' Chomraich, Ros an Iar

Bardic School 2011 16/07/2013

Bardic School 2011

16/07/2013

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And here is the lovely Christine Martin playing the clarsach: doesn't it sound gorgeous?

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