Mòd Chanada 2012 – June 8

Mòd Chanada 2012

In conjunction with the Chair of Celtic Studies, University of Ottawa

We would like to encourage everyone up to a Grade 3 level who is not going to the Georgetown games to compete for some great prizes and bragging rights at this event. 

Information and piping specific events can be found below:

You can find out specific information about Piping events at:

http://gaidhligottawa.ca/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=br2D8PyIgag%3d&tabid=37&language=en-US

INSTRUMENTAL PIPING –

PRACTICE CHANTER

22J/B/I/A MARCH Play two parts of a pre-submitted march (Open) (Own Choice)

        There will be 3 ribbons (1st, 2nd, 3rd ) awarded in this category for those with the three highest scores.

The competitor with the highest score in practice chanter events will be awarded the Sons of Scotland Shield.

SMALLPIPES 23J/B/I/A MARCH Play four parts of a pre-submitted march (Open) (Own Choice)

There will be 3 ribbons (1 st, 2nd, 3rd) awarded in this category for those with the three highest scores.

24J/B/I/A STRATHSPEY and REEL Play four parts of a pre-submitted Strathspey and Reel or a 2-4 minute medley. (Open) (Own Choice)

There will be 3 ribbons (1st, 2nd, 3rd) awarded in this category for those with the three highest scores.

The competitor with the highest averaged score in the Piping Events will be awarded the Wayne Bisaillion Medal of Excellence and will win a prize (which will be determined annually)

INSTRUMENTAL

PIPING –

PRACTICE CHANTER

22J/B/I/A 5$ member / 7$ non-member per entry.

Trophy and prizes

SMALLPIPES 23J/B/I/A, 24J/B/I/A 5$ member / 7$ non-member per entry.

1) Friday, June 8th – 7:00pm – 9:00pm (University of Ottawa campus)

Speaking events at Lamoureux Hall, 145 Jean-Jacques Lussier, Ottawa, ON

Adjudicated by: Catrìona NicIomhair Parsons

2) Saturday, June 9th – 9:00am – 6:00pm (University of Ottawa campus)

Singing, Drama, Instrumental, Highland Dancing, Art and Silent Auction events at 145 Jean-Jacques Lussier, Ottawa, ON

and on the main stage at The Alumni Theatre, 75 Laurier East, Ottawa, ON

Gaelic adjudicated by: Catrìona NicIomhair Parsons

Children’s singing adjudicated by: Cathy Ann MacPhee

Celtic Whistle and Fiddle adjudicated by: Kevin Dooley

Pipe Chanter and Small Pipes adjudicated by: RCMP Pipe Sergeant Donald Corbett

Celtic Art adjudicated: TBD

Ticket prices below include admission into events 1) and 2) above, and Comunn Gàidhlig Ottawa members who renew their memberships get in for free.

Adults: $10

Children (under 12): Free

Children (over 12): $5

Family: $25

Seniors and Military/Police veterans: Freewill offering

3) Saturday, June 9th – 7:30pm – 11:00pm (28 Granville Avenue (off Byron near Island Park Drive), Ottawa, ON – Advance tickets required)

Catrìona NicIomhair Parsons CD Release Party and Post Mòd Chanada 2012 Ceilidh

BBQ dinner and light refreshments will be served. (Please bring your own alcoholic beverages)

Tickets (in advance only): $25 / per person

4) Sunday, June 10th – 9:00am – Noon (28 Granville Avenue (off Byron near Island Park Drive), Ottawa, ON – Advance tickets required)

Catrìona NicIomhair Parsons Gaelic Language workshop

Light lunch and light refreshments served

Tickets (in advance only): $25 / per person

Mòd Chanada 2012 corporate sponsors include: Sabhal Mòr OstaigSìol Cultural EnterprisesClì GàidhligPictor PhotographyUniversity of OttawaThe Ottawa Folklore Centre,Scottish and Irish StoreDiana GabaldonJim McGillivray PipingCHIN FMMG ALBA

Directions to University of Ottawa: http://www.uottawa.ca/maps/directions/index.html Finding your way around campus: http://www.uottawa.ca/maps/

Recent Posts

See All

Subscribe Form

  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • Facebook

©2020 by PPBSO Ottawa Branch

Privacy Policy