Category: church of scotland

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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A royal connection

Our next outing is on Saturday 9th March 2013 when we shall be singing Choral Evensong at 4pm in Holy Trinity Parish Church, South St, St Andrews, which as will be very well known is the university town in which His Royal Highness Prince William and Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, met. Music…

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Dunfermline Abbey

On Saturday 19th May 2012 at the later than usual time of 5pm RSCM Scottish Voices will be singing Choral Evensong in the historic surroundings of Dunfermline Abbey, directed by Frikki Walker and accompanied by the Abbey Organist and Master of the Music Dr. Norman Mitchell. The music will be: Introit: Ascendit Deus (Peter Philips)…

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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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Different Voices

I was recently contacted by the editor of Different Voices which is a relatively new quarterly magazine, published by the Church of Scotland, about church music in Scotland. Their website describes it as a magazine for those who:  sing in choirs, congregations and praise groups play organs or other instruments plan and lead the music…

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