Come and Sing Mozart and Haydn

The next Come and Sing Scotland event with Christopher Bell will be on Saturday 24 November at St. George’s West Church, Shandwick Place, Edinburgh. This year the music is Mozart’s Requiem and Haydn’s Te Deum.

These events are always good fun, very rewarding and a great way to meet with other singers.

For more details or to book tickets for this event, click on the following link to download an order form. (Adobe Acrobat Reader required)

Come and Sing 2012 Reservation Form (117 kB)

 

Scottish Choral Workshop at Duns Castle, Saturday 17 November

Scottish Choral Workshops are running a Choral Workshop (details below) in Duns Castle, Berwickshire, on Saturday 17th November.

  • Do you enjoy singing in choirs?
  • Would you like to become more confident about your technical singing skills?

Join us for a singing workshop at beautiful Duns Castle to improve your choral skills.

Frances Cooper and Roderick Bryce are both professional singers with a great wealth of singing experience, working at the highest levels with some of the country’s top ensembles and are joined by leading accompanist Ingrid Sawers.

Course Fee: £55, including buffet lunch, refreshments and a short tutors’ recital.

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I hope you all enjoyed our first night back last night.  It was good to get back to singing after so many weeks away.
These first few weeks of workshops are so important for the choir’s future and we are keen that you all have a say in the final decisions about leadership of the choir.  With that in mind, I would be grateful if, after each workshop, you would email me your thoughts about the evenings and the people taking them.  No decisions will be made until we have all had the chance to meet all the people who are interested in taking some sort of roll within the choir.
So last night was Marion Dodd.  Next Thursday, Peter Keenan is coming and the following week, 20th September, John Marshall will be taking us for a workshop.
I look forward to hearing your comments about last night.
Cheers
Helen