feis


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feis

(fɛʃ)
n
1. (Music, other) an Irish or Scottish festival of music and dance
2. (Dancing) an Irish or Scottish festival of music and dance
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Feis Thatha (Tay Festival) will stage a music weekend for all the family at the Breadalbane Community Campus, on Saturday September 14 and Sunday September 15.
The FEIS was released to the public for a 30-day period on April 19, 2019.
We were delighted to be joined by Feis Rois and Eden Court to provide a day full of fun activities and excellent performances for people living locally."
The Feis Fhoirt Stirling and Trossachs Ceilidh Trail members taking part are Nadia French (clarsach), Megan Leishman (fiddle), Robbie Subke (fiddle and accordion), Evie Waddell (clarsach, fiddle and voice), Mairi Docherty (clarsach, fiddle and voice) and Gregor Rodger (guitar).
Joy took a break from rehearsals with Feis to look ahead to the Mod 2022.
Grand Central will host another incarnation of the event - Liverpool Fleadh, which will host some of the acts which were due to appear at Feis.
Feis The Music featured Spectrum, from Annan, a pipes and chanters group, harp group, song group and bands.
There were slightly more than a hundred participants at FEIS 2018 (including 25 students) from 16 countries.
On the field, there are more signs, reminders to play for Feis and how to be "MSD Strong." The shirts most of the coaches wore had some reminder of the shooting.
"Feis Phaislig already deliver opportunities in the traditional arts to youth across Renfrewshire and for the first time in 2018, so we are looking forward to delivering a Ceilidh Trail.
Football coach Willis May told the Orlando Sentinel that Feis responded to the initial call on the school's security radio walkie-talkies.
More likely, had Feis been armed, he would not have been able to draw his weapon (a side arm, presumably) quickly enough to stop the shooter, who, with an AR-15, would have had the coach outgunned.