Category: glasgow

2015 season announced

The dates and venues for our 2015 season have just been announced to the choir at our residential rehearsal weekend at Stirling University, so the wider world can now know! All of our future events are listed below, including those still to come in the second half of our 2014 season: Saturday 6th September 2014Choral…

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Thus ends the first half

The first half of our 2014 season drew to a close with a fine Choral Evensong in St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow on Saturday 14th June, following which a pleasingly high number of choir members moved along the road a little to Munro’s Pub where despite the noisy (but good natured) crowd already there…

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Glasgow Vigil Mass

After our recent triumphant and most enjoyable concert in Dunfermline Abbey, we now look forward to a return to one of the most spectacular acoustics in which we’ve sung, that of St Aloysius’ RC Church, Rose Street, Glasgow, where we shall be bringing our 2013 season to a close by singing in the Vigil Mass…

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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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RSCM Music Sunday

Although not one of our six core events, some 23 members of RSCM Scottish Voices (not that far off half our choir) were singing in St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow yesterday where the cathedral choir, our singers, and choirs from around the diocese of Glasgow & Galloway joined to celebrate RSCM Music Sunday, and…

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RSCM Young Scottish Voices

This Saturday, 23rd February, at 5pm our wee sister choir the relatively newly formed RSCM Young Scottish Voices, will be singing Choral Evensong in St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, 300 Great Western Road, Glasgow. Music will include the Introit Come on all ye people by Christopher Norton, Plainsong Responses, Psalm 100 arranged by Colin Mawby, Magnificat…

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