The Scottish Chamber Choir presents a programme of a cappella music by British composers as we mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The programme spans different moods and several centuries: Sir Hubert Parry’s heartfelt Songs of Farewell, the exquisite Mass for Four Voices by William Byrd, and the charmingly eclectic song cycle The Song Sung True by Judith Weir, Master of the Queen’s Music.

If the restrictions allow it, we are planning to perform Brahms Requiem in St Cuthbert’s Parish Church on Saturday 12th November, 2022.

Our most recent concert was held in Old St Paul’s Episcopal Church on Saturday 19th March, 2022:

Our December 2021 concert at Rosslyn Chapel was SOLD OUT, but we regret that we had to cancel our concert on 18th December 2021 in Greenbank Parish Church.

Although we are based in Edinburgh, our members come from a wide area, and we perform in many parts of Scotland.

Our last concert before the pandemic was held in St Giles’ Cathedral on 8th March 2020, and celebrated International Women’s Day. It included music by Leonora d’Este, Lili Boulanger, Judith Bingham, Kerry Andrew and Roxanna Panufnik.

It was well attended and reviewed in Edinburgh Music Review. Read review.