"Everyone's heart is filled with songs as they listen to their own soul in every song, and those who's heart sings beautifully will find the songs of other's beautiful." 

Mihály Babits



23/01 - Roma Connections - Celtic Connections in the Community - Rum Shack, Glasgow

25/01 - BEMIS presents Les Amazones d’Afrique & Special Guests with Celtic Connections in the Community - Tramway, Glasgow

15/02 - Transylvanian Ceilidh at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall

13/03 - Love Music Hate Racism - ZOR - Drygate Glasgow

29/03 - Gypsy Schwing - Romacaleo & Borkestra (HUN) - CCA

13/06 - GRT History Month Celebration with Varkonyi Csibeszek (HUN) - CCA


Transylvanian Ceilidh

We are delighted to join the Workers Theatre at their Something Has to Happen festival and deliver one of our fiery Transylvanian ceilidh. The music will be provided by Glasgow's very own Romanian Gypsy music group, Taraful Din Glasgow. Master dancer Andras Makra will fly over all the way from Hungary to call the dances. It is going to be an amazing evening of high octane dancing and music. Don't miss it and book your tickets HERE!


 After many successful, well attended workshops, we are delighted to launch our  reglurar Gypsy music classes. We offer group lessons for beginners and one to one tuition for more advanced players on various instruments. You can also join our mixed instrument group to play together with others. The classes are delivered by the best authentic Roma players available. 


We are working hard to promote and nurture Roma talent. To achieve that we continuously develop and deliver events, groups and performers for audiences both at community and mainstream level. Have a look at what we have been up to with generous support from Creative Scotland, Glasgow Life,  Big Lottery, BEMIS and partner organisations:

János Lang - Creative Director

Patrick Callaghan - Chair

Miro Cuba - Secretary

Robert Greig - Treasurer

Julia Lungu - Administrator

Laura Wilkie - Administrator

Eva Kourova - Administrator

Please support Ando Glaso's charitable activities for Roma cultural development.

CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street,
Glasgow, G2 3JD

János Lang


Miro Cuba

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Registered Charity: SC047729