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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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Dunblane 2016

Psalm rehearsal Yesterday saw the first half of our 2016 season draw to a close with Choral Evensong in Dunblane Cathedral, directed by Frikki Walker and accompanied by Steven McIntyre, including music by Peter Hurford, Richard Seal, Herbert Murrill, and Malcolm Archer. Unfortunately the Rev Colin Renwick is ill at the moment, we wish him…

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Wind and Fire of Pentecost

Join us at 4pm on Saturday 14th May 2016 in Dunblane Cathedral, when on the eve of Pentecost we sing Choral Evensong, directed by Frikki Walker. Introit:         Litany to the Holy Spirit (Peter Hurford)Responses:  Richard SealCanticles:     Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in E (Herbert Murrill)Anthem:       Rejoice, the Lord is King (Malcolm Archer)

2016 season announced

Hot off the press, our choir members have just been enjoying our annual residential rehearsal weekend which this year has been at the Scottish Police College, Tulliallan Castle, and during the weekend all of the venues for our 2016 season were announced, so including the remaining three events of 2015 all of our confirmed future…

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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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Dunblane (short) report

The service of Evening Prayer at Dunblane Cathedral on Saturday 5th March went very well, and the whole day, directed by Richard Walmsley and accompanied by Matthew Beetschen, was enjoyable not only musically but socially too, as we went to the Tappit Hen pub across from the Cathedral afterwards. Our next meeting is on Saturday…

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Service at Dunblane Cathedral

Today at 4pm you can hear RSCM Scottish Voices sing Evening Prayer in the wonderful surroundings of Dunblane Cathedral which dates back in parts to the 13th century. The music will be: We wait for Thy Loving kindness (William McKie)Magnificat in e minor (Daniel Purcell)Praise our Lord, all ye gentiles (William Byrd)Gaudete Omnes (Jan Pieterszoon…

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