Saturday 25th May , 7.30pm Glasgow Phoenix Choir is a member of the National Association of Choirs and is recognised as one of the foremost and longest established choral
Saturday 25th May , 7.30pm
Glasgow Phoenix Choir is a member of the National Association of Choirs and is recognised as one of the foremost and longest established choral groups in Scotland and the wider UK. This mixed voice choir has today approximately 120 Chorister Members, non-singing Associate Members and Patrons. We even have our own tartan (pictured left!).
Founded in 1951 the choir is able to trace its history and origins back to 1901 and the world renowned Glasgow Orpheus Choir under its conductor, the late, great Sir Hugh S. Roberton. We continue to perform new arrangements and old (many of them by Sir Hugh Roberton himself) of Scottish songs for which the choir is widely known. This is not the only part of the Choir’s extensive repertoire however, which extends through classical and sacred music, from all the major composers, to choral songs and the folk music of many cultures and music from the shows, including many of the top musicals currently showing worldwide. Glasgow Phoenix Choir is not a religious/church choir, neither is it an orchestral/theatrical chorus, but we have elements of all of these and more in our library catalogue of over 1000 titles and have recorded over 35 albums which reflect the breadth of our repertoire.
£14 ADULT | £12 CONC |
Book Tickets by phone: 01478 613750