Alana MacInnes is a piper and whistle player from South Uist. Alana an studied for an HNC in traditional music at Lews Castle College, Benbecula before completing a degree in Gàidhlig and Music at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig. She teaches regularly at fèisean around the country.
Kathleen MacInnes was born and raised in South Uist in a Gaelic speaking home,she has worked in the arts in Scotland for over 25 years as an actress, singer and has enjoyed teaching Gaelic song in Canada, France, Ireland and Italy as well as at home.
She has released two albums to critical acclaim and her voice featured in Ridley Scott’s movie Robin Hood, the first full length Gaelic movie Seachd, the inaccessible Pinnacle and was a choirmaster for the movie MacBeth.
Màrtainn is an accordionist, pianist and cellist from Lochaber, currently leading the Màrtainn Skene Highland Dance Band and often touring with the Donald Black Band. Màrtainn is heavily involved on the West Coast traditional music scene.
Mairi Jo Campbell was brought up in Fort William, with strong roots in the western isles, she currently working and teaching Clarsach in Glasgow. She has worked with many Fèisean teaching Clarsach and Stepdance, including Fèis Bharraigh and Fèis Tìr a’ Mhurain, and latterly coordinating the Skye and Western Isles Cèilidh Trail.
Sandra Steele is a local artist who runs the Creation Station in Glasgow and facilitates a lot of arts and crafts for children across the city and at various Fèisean around the country. We look forward to welcoming her back at Fèis Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu!
Lorna Campbell is from Vatersay in the Western Isles and currently completing a degree inSculpture & Environmental Art at Glasgow School of Art. She primarily works with sculptural pieces but often portrays the environment. In previous work she has used elements such as coal, stones and sand to create unique sculptural pieces.