National Mod Piping is in Glasgow and Will Be Livestreamed

This weekend sees the start of the Royal National Mod 2019 which is to be hosted in Glasgow for the first time in 29 years. Kicking off the week long competition schedule will be the Senior and Junior piping competitions which are to be held in the Glasgow Royal Concert hall on Saturday 12th October with competitions starting at 9:30am.

This year entry numbers for the senior competitions have increased to 20 individual competitors with Piobaireachd competitions being held in the morning session and MSR and H&J to be held in the afternoon session.

For the first time this year’s senior competition will be livestreamed on Feis TV for anyone not able to make it along on the day.

Alongside the senior events will be the junior competitions, a revamp of the syllabus for this year has seen good increase in entries across all age groups and classes with competitions in Chanter, Novice, 15 & Under and 16-18 years.

All competitions are to be held in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall giving competitors the opportunity to compete in this iconic venue. Senior competitions are to be held in the New Auditorium and Junior Competitions in the Strathclyde Suite and Exhibition Hall.



The draw for the Open Ceol Mor (own choice; 10am)
1 Joihnathan Greenless
2 Melissa Jeffrey
3 Crisdean MacCoinnich
4 Hanmish Drennan
5 Finlay Cameron
6 Robert Low
7 John Dew
8 Steven Leask
9 Simon McKerrell
10 John Angus Graham
11 Sandy Cameron
12 James MacPhee
13 Bruce MacDonald
14 Darach Urquhart
15 Lachie Dick
16 Dan Nevans
17 Angus Finlay MacPhee
18 Aonghas King
19 Archie Drennan
20 Dr Peter McCalister



The draw in the Open MSR (own choice; 1.30pm)
1 Dan Nevins
2 Finlay Cameron
3 Lachie Dick
4 Darach Urquhart
5 Bruce MacDonald
6 Dr Peter McCalister
7 Crisdean MacCoiniich
8 John Angus Graham
9 Steven Leask
10 Sandy Cameron
11 Angus Finlay MacPhee
12 Archie Drennan
13 Aonghus King
14 Melissa Jeffrey
15 Simon McKerrell
16 Hamish Drennan
17 James MacPhee
18 Jonathan Greenlees
19 John Dew
20 Robert Low

Other events: Open H&J 3pm; 16-18 Ceol Mor 10am; 16-18 MSR 1.30pm; 16-18 H&J 1.30pm; U16 Ceol Mor 9.30am; U16 March & S/Reel 1.30pm; U16 Jig 4pm; U13 March 10.30am; U13 Gaelic Air 11.30; Novice March 11.30.

Organisers, An Comunn Gàidhealach: ‘We are delighted to report that Mod Ghlaschu 2019 is one of the busiest years in terms of competitors, with healthy numbers appearing in all disciplines.

‘We invite you all to come along and be part of the audience, which is a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in musical, linguistic and performance talent.

‘Day tickets are available to purchase, which allow you entrance to multiple venues and competitions. Premium events, such as the evening finals require additional tickets. Further information and details on how to purchase can be found on An Comunn’s wesbite tickets will also be available to purchase on the day at various venues.’

The Mod closes with the ‘Final Fling’. Click on the poster for tickets:


Posted in News   

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.