Stirling City Choir has been a well-loved fixture in Stirling since the mid-1850s, although it has changed its name several times. At the moment, the choir has around 70 members and performs concerts at least twice a year in the Church of the Holy Rude in Stirling. The choir performs classical and choral works. Over the past ten years there have been performances of Elijah, Brahms German Requiem, Fauré Requiem and the Duruflé Requiem. The Christmas Concert is extremely popular in Stirling and old and new carols are always a firm favourite with audiences. The choir is fortunate to have two talented and enthusiastic professional musicians. Michael Segaud is Musical Director and Ian Boulter is Assistant Musical Director and accompanist. The choir rehearses in St Columba’s Church Hall in Stirling on Tuesday evenings from September to April. Please have a browse through our website to find out more about our choir. We welcome all ages and voices and we don’t hold auditions. A knowledge of sight reading is useful but not essential.