Category: aberdeen

Couperin’s “Messe pour les Couvents” in King’s College Chapel, Aberdeen

Well – what an outing yesterday! Couperin’s Mass setting played on one of, if not the, finest French style organs in the UK, sounding how it would sound in Couperin’s time. Interspersed with motets by Byrd, Dering, Giovannelli and Victoria, this was a very special service. Frikki Walker excelled himself on the organ, with music…

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2018 season announced

After several months of work our administrator has finally put the last pieces into place for our 2018 season, so we can now officially announce all of our future dates and venues from this point onwards. All of it will be rewarding and enjoyable, but in particular we’re looking forward to our second proper foray…

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2017 season announced

The venues for our 2017 season have just been finalised, so including the last half of our 2016 season from this point forward our plans are listed below.  Other than our rehearsal weekend when there is no public access we’d be delighted to see you at one or more of our services, which generally start…

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Durham Cathedral Choir

Durham Cathedral Choir Scottish Tour Having already mentioned the RCO Choral Conducting Workshop taking place in Edinburgh on 24th March, between Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th March the world famous Durham Cathedral Choir will be taking part in their tour of Scotland and if you can make it along to any of them you’d be…

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Breakfast with Archibald Simpson

Breakfast in the local Wetherspoons pub, an enjoyable day of rehearsing, leading towards an excellent Choral Evensong followed by an equally excellent fluid-replacement session back in the Wetherspoons made for a delightful day for RSCM Scottish Voices in Aberdeen at the weekend. We were a little low on numbers, with a couple of sopranos having…

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Fit like?

After a successful and very enjoyable visit to St Mary’s Parish Church in Haddington last Saturday where we sang a devotional sequence for Easter-tide followed by a similarly enjoyable and successful trip 100 yards down the road to the Tyneside Tavern by a big crowd of choir and friends, the next time RSCM Scottish Voices…

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