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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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Season’s end, brrrr!

Our 2015 season has now drawn to a close, after our very successful and enjoyable Choral Evensong yesterday with members of our wee sister choir RSCM Young Scottish Voices in Old Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Edinburgh’s Old Town. Around 40 adults and 15 youngsters braved the rather low temperatures of the church (despite the…

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Old Saint Paul’s 2015

After a great sing yesterday in Perth our 2015 season draws to a close with a collaboration between the adults of RSCM Scottish Voices, and the youngsters of our wee sister choir Young Scottish Voices, when at 4pm on Saturday 14th November we will join forces to sing a splendid Choral Evensong in the delightfully…

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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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Another year closes

A glorious Choral Evensong yesterday in St Ninian’s Cathedral in Perth marked the end of a most enjoyable 2014 season for the members of RSCM Scottish Voices. Our thoughts turn now to 2015 which we kick off in grand style on 17th January in Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh where we will present Epiphany Carols by…

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The key to it all

St Giles’ Cathedral A great day was had by all in St Giles’ Cathedral in the heart of Edinburgh yesterday as under the direction of Richard Walmsley we sang Choral Evensong including music by Peter Phillips, Humphrey Clucas, Herbert Howells, Franz Josef Haydn, and Frikki Walker, accompanied on the truly stunning cathedral organ by St…

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St Giles

On Saturday 4th October 2014 we will be singing Choral Evensong in St Giles’ Cathedral on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, directed by Richard Walmsley and accompanied by Pater Backhouse, assistant organist at St Giles’ Cathedral. Introit: O Virum Mirabilem (Peter Philips) Responses: Humphrey Clucas Psalm: 65 (chant by Percy Buck) Canticles: Magnificat & Nunc…

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