Stirling City Choir is a mixed voice, non-auditioned choir of approximately 60 members with a long tradition of performing classical choral music. Rehearsals are on a Tuesday evening in Stirling and two concerts are performed locally each year.
We are now seeking applicants for the post of Musical Director/Conductor to start in September 2018.
For further information, please contact the Chairman, Stefan Clarke or visit www.stirlingcitychoir.org.uk . The choir also has a Facebook page.
Letters of application, including a CV, should be sent to the Secretary, Norma Wales by 15 June 2018
Our spring concert is now well into rehearsal. We will be singing Haydn’s Creation at the Church of the Holy Rude on Sunday 15 April.
Details are available on our concert poster here.
Come and see us at the Thistle Centre, Stirling on Sunday 3rd December. Join in with us as we sing your favourites. We’ll be there just after lunch.
Just a few more rehearsals before our Christmas Concert.
Church of the Holy Rude, Saturday 9 December, 7.30
Poster with details
We’re now rehearsing every week in St. Columba’s Church Hall, Stirling on a Tuesday evening 7.30 to 9.30 pm
Our main piece this year is Haydn’s Creation but we’ll soon be rehearsing our Christmas programme
The Stirling Observer gave us a fantastic review of our performance of Elijah!
‘truly magical and moving evening of music’
‘epic, dramatic song, characterised by rich, flowing accompaniment from
the Heisenberg Ensemble’
‘Brian Bannatyne-Scott’s deep vocal travelled beautifully in the hall’
‘I was stunned when […]the choir, who were all impressively uniformed in
black on the main stage, burst into song, a sound so large and strong it
really did lift the hairs on the back of my neck’
‘a cast of brilliant soloists’
‘I could not take my eyes from the mass choir, a stunning collective whose
powerful sound I will not readily forget’
‘this terrific institution is an example of the power of the collective
voice, and they created a truly epic night of music’
‘when the City Choir come to Albert Halls they really fill it with the
warmest, most engaging music and everyone must see them at least once’