Saturday, 17 May 2014

We are five!

After a lovely time in Peebles, our next outing is on Saturday 31st May 2014 when to celebrate the fifth year of our choir's existence, we will be joined by RSCM Young Scottish Voices, and members of our English sister choirs RSCM Voices North, RSCM Voices West, and RSCM Voices South in a celebratory Choral Evensong in Paisley Abbey at 4pm

Introit:          I was Glad – Parry
Responses:    Rose
Psalm:          150
Canticles:     Dyson in D
Anthems:      This Lovely Lady – Kelly
                     Let all the world – Vaughan Williams
Voluntary:     Carillon de Westminster - Louis Vierne

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Do you want to sing in a Cathedral Choir?

The following is from our Musical Director Frikki Walker, who is also Director of Music at St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow, in which a fair number of RSCM Scottish Voices members also sing:

The famous choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow has vacancies for TWO TENORS.

Requirements are: a good voice, some choral experience, a reasonable standard of musicianship and a sense of humour!

Coming up in the next few months is a week’s residency at Lincoln Cathedral, a Choir Concert, and the recording of a CD of music written for St Mary’s.

We are a voluntary choir currently comprising 20 choristers (boys and girls) and about 30 or so adults. We sing two services on Sundays and have a rehearsal on Thursday evenings. Music covers a huge range, from Medieval to present day, and we do regular broadcasts, concerts and recordings, all to a very high standard.

We are also a very sociable group, and there is much merriment and socialising to be had, too!

Recently we have had several young singers going on to study music at University, many gaining Choral Scholarships to Cambridge, Durham, Aberdeen, Dundee and Glasgow Universities, and others have gained places to Music College or Conservatoires.

You can read more about the choir and the cathedral on our web-site:

Anyone interested is asked to email the Director of Music, Frikki Walker on
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