Category: paisley

Birthday Choral Evensong

On Saturday 31st May 2014 we celebrated five years as a choir by singing Choral Evensong in Paisley Abbey joined by RSCM Young Scottish Voices (the first time they juniors have sung with our adult choir, but not the last!) and members of our sister choirs from England, RSCM Voices North, RSCM Voices South and…

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2014 dates and venues

Hot off the press, our choir members have just been singing in our annual residential rehearsal weekend, and during the weekend all of our dates and venues for our 2014 season have been announced.  All of what follows, and more, can be found on our Future Services and Events page which will be updated with…

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Paisley Abbey

After a most enjoyable visit to St Andrews yesterday, the next time you can hear RSCM Scottish Voices sing will be on Saturday 27th April 2013 at 4pm when we shall be singing Choral Evensong in the historic setting of Paisley Abbey. Music will include Love Divine, by Howard Goodall, Preces and Responses by Richard…

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Paisley report

On Saturday RSCM Scottish Voices visited Thomas Coats Memorial Baptist Church in Paisley (TCM) where at their request we sang Choral Evensong and were made to feel very welcome indeed by their organist Matthew Edwards and various members of the church who kindly provided us with tea and biscuits whenever we stopped singing for more…

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Vist to Dunfermline postponed and transferred to Paisley

Due to problems caused by the terrible weather in December, Dunfermline Abbey have had fire and flood (literally!) so we’ve taken the prudent decision to postpone our visit there and reschedule it some time in the (hopefully not too distant) future. Instead, our next service will be on that day, Saturday 22nd January 2011, at…

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A twin history lesson

RSCM Scottish Voices will be taking part in Choral Evensong to mark the anniversary of 9/11 on, strangely enough, Saturday September 11th 2010 in St John’s Episcopal Church in Forfar (top photo) which is the church in which Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later to become the Queen Mother) was confirmed on 5th November 1916.  Tha father of…

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