Come and Sing HANDEL’S MESSIAH with Orchestra
In Paisley Abbey on Sunday 28th September 2014
Directed by Dr George McPhee
Rehearsal 2.30pm with entry from 2.00pm

Performance 7.00pm

Ticket Prices
School pupils and students £5
Adult £15
Audience £10

All singer applications are welcomed, but places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, enabling the conductor to achieve as balanced a choir as possible.

On this occasion unfortunately scores cannot be provided.

You are welcome to make copies of this registration form for friends. Only applications returned with payment will ensure a place is reserved.

Cheques to be made payable to Paisley Abbey Music Society

Forms and payment to be returned to Miss P Routley, Paisley Abbey Choir,
c/o Paisley Abbey, Paisley PA1 1JG

Email enquiries to

There will be no formal dress code for singers. Please bring your own refreshments. The Abbey has limited secure storage, and singers are requested to bear this in mind.
All funds raised support the music of the Abbey

Please complete the attached registration form and return, by clicking this link


Published by lsowebmaster

About us Founded in 1962 we’ve been serving Lanarkshire’s Church Musicians for almost 50 years. We exist to promote organ and church music – whatever form that may take! Our membership is small with only 20 or so members, but we represent a wide spectrum of ages and interests. Our aim is to encourage those with an interest in Church music and music in general – especially the young, promote music activities in relation to the organ and build a social network of organists in Lanarkshire, to adapt to the changing needs of organists and musicians and church music in general.

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