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RSCM Scottish Voices – one of the RSCM Voices Choirs

RSCM Scottish Voices singing in Dunblane Cathedral

RSCM Scottish Voices (adults)

Founded in the summer of 2008, RSCM Scottish Voices is a self-financing adult choir that aims to draw together some of the most accomplished and experienced church musicians in Scotland to perform six times a year in a variety of cathedrals, abbeys and prominent churches around the country, in addition to which there is an annual summer residential rehearsal weekend.  Full details of the choir's repertoire and places visited can be found on the RSCM Scottish Voices website.

Musical Director

The Musical Director of RSCM Scottish Voices, Frikki Walker, Director of Music at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow, is an inspiring musician who has been awarded Associate of the RSCM (ARSCM) in recognition of his work in music and liturgy in Scotland.

Joining RSCM Scottish Voices

The choir currently has some vacancies for singers, so if you are aged 18 or over, are resident in Scotland, have experience in church choral singing, and would like to be considered for an audition or would like more information, please contact Gary Young, the choir administrator, at administrator(at)rscmscottishvoices.org.uk for an application form.

Subscriptions

Currently subscriptions for RSCM Scottish Voices are £40 per year, plus a £10 fee for each event, payable on the day. The cost of the residential rehearsal weekend is dependant on venue.

2016-2017 Dates

Dates when RSCM Scottish Voices are singing can be found here. See RSCM Scottish Voices website for complete details.