The Scottish Chamber Choir is at the end of an exciting and unusual season, where we have been working with three different musical directors – Iain McLarty, Steven Griffin, and Walter Thomson – on a wide variety of repertoire in diverse venues across Edinburgh and beyond. We are delighted to have had the opportunity to learn and perform with musicians of such experience and expertise. We also enjoyed working with vocal expert Scott Inglis-Kidger at a whole-day workshop in March.

The choir always welcomes new members to join us in our music-making and enjoyable exploration, and we would encourage applications from all voice parts, even though from time to time there may be waiting lists. To find out about singing with us, email info@scottishchamberchoir.org.uk


The next opportunity to hear us

On Saturday 11 June 2016, in the iconic setting of Rosslyn Chapel, Walter Thompson conducts a concert centred on Palestrina’s motet and mass Tu es Petrus.These Renaissance masterpieces are interwoven with six motets from the Romantic period. Full details are at this link, or click the image for a downloadable flier.

Unfortunately, for those who don’t already have tickets, the concert is sold out: any returns will be made available at the Visitor Centre, Rosslyn Chapel from 7.00pm on the evening of the concert.

If you missed getting a ticket, do book early for our November concert: see below!

Next season

Winter Concert: Saturday 19 November 2016

The choir are marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with an evening of words and music directed by Iain McLarty in which we explore some of Shakespeare’s musical allusions and delve into the rich heritage of choral settings of his verse. 7.30pm on Saturday 19 November 2016 at the City of Edinburgh Methodist Church, 25 Nicolson Square, Edinburgh EH8 9BX.