Hello folks, Hope you’re all looking forward to tonight’s rehearsal when we continue looking at The Wreck of the Hesperus and Songs of the Fleet We should have some new music coming soon for our programme for May’s concert.
We shared all these wonderful benefits from singing last year, but thought it was good enough to share again! Come and join us! Make singing and having fun part of your Monday routine. Give your voice a work out!
The Lanark Choral is Lanark’s longest running community choir. Our members are of all shapes and sizes and we welcome all abilities. Open to Adults of all ages. Our second session continues on Monday’s at 7.30pm in Greyfriars Parish Church, Lanark. We will be beginning a programme for our spring concert including music by Stanford … More Come join Lanark’s best choir!
New Session at Greyfriars Parish Church starts Monday 14th January at 7.30pm All existing members are welcomed back after the extended December/January holidays New members in all sections would be warmly welcome! Music for the new session includes The Wreck of the Hesperus by Hamish MacCunn and CV Stanford’s Songs of the Fleet. We are … More NEWS UPDATE!
Join with us from Monday 14th January in Greyfriars Parish Church Hall for our weekly rehearsals, which start at 7.30pm. You are afforded a very warm welcome and tons of support and encouragement from all our singers, our conductor Leon and accompanist Kristine.
**BREAKING NEWS** We are very pleased to let everyone know that we have a new accompanist for the Lanark and Carluke Choral. — Kristine Donnan — Kristine is currently completing a Masters in piano accompaniment at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and enjoys a varied career in choral direction, piano accompaniment, organ and arranging. Having … More BREAKING NEWS – New Pianist for Lanark and Carluke Choral
Lanark and Caluke Choral Union will be performing two works in a concert in St Nicholas Church ,Lanark on Saturday 28th April at 7.30pm. The first work is Dona Nobis Pacem (Grant Us Peace) by R. Vaughan Williams. This cantata was written in 1936 and premiered on 2nd October 1936. The texts are taken from … More PRESS RELEASE – Spring Concert 2018
Freya Holliman Scottish soprano Freya Holliman has a Masters degree and a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM). She has an undergraduate degree in French and Music from University of Glasgow and enjoyed several wonderful years singing with the University’s Chapel Choir. She currently studies with Patricia MacMahon. In September 2018 … More Soprano Soloist announced for Spring 2018
Christopher Nickol Christopher was born in Cambridge, and was a music scholar at Ampleforth College, an organ scholar at Royal Holloway College (University of London), and a postgraduate scholar at the Royal College of Music. He is Director of Music at New Kilpatrick Church, Bearsden, and Accompanist to the Bearsden Choir. He is also … More Organist for Spring Concert 2018
Announcing Andrew McTaggart as our Baritone soloist for our Spring Concert on 28th April Andrew McTaggart graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow in 2012, where he attended the Alexander Gibson Opera School. Notable concert engagements include Mozart Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall, London and the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, Belshazzar’s Feast with … More Baritone Soloist announced for Spring Concert