Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland, IV44 8RQ
+44 (0) 1471 888000
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is a modern, innovative college and has excellent learning resources on-campus including an exceptional library collection, broadcast and recording facilities, residential student accommodation and a Gaelic-medium childcare facility.
The College's activities are greatly enhanced by co-operative links within the wider Gaelic community and the College is home to a number of creative and cultural projects such as Tobar an Dualchais, Faclair na Gàidhlig and the multimedia and design company Cànan.
The College also plays a leading role in the promotion of the Gaelic arts and culture and hosts a programme of residencies for artists in music, literature and the visual arts.
We hope you will get the chance to visit the college and we look forward to seeing you.
Don’t miss the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2020 – TV and online
The 12th December is the day of the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards. Our usual evening live Na Trads event will be on BBC ALBA 9.00-10.30pm with with Mary Ann Kennedy and Alistair Heather (in Gaelic and Scots) hosting. All the award winners will be announced and an all-star lineup that includes Phil Cunningham and Karen Matheson, Project Smok, Deirdre Graham band, Iona Fyfe and the Young Trads singers, amongst the acts performing.
During the day from 1pm (finishing at 9pm) on Hands Up for Trad Facebook and YouTube channels (or watch below) we have a feast of live music for you. Trads Online will feature Findlay Napier, Kathleen MacInnes and Mike Vass, Inyal, Ryan Young and Jenn Butterworth, Paul McKenna Band, Joy and Andrew, Dallahan. Adam Holmes and Kinnaris Quintet. Amazing I hear you say! But that’s not all. At 11pm we have a live DJ set from Nitework’s Innes Strachan which will be live on YouTube. What a way to finish off a great day!
Find out more information visit www.scotstradmusicawards.com