RSNO Chorus Open Rehearsal

RSNO Chorus Open Rehearsal

Wednesday 25 March 2015, 7.30pm

The RSNO Centre, Henry Wood Hall, 73 Claremont Street, Glasgow, G3 7JB

Are you a budding choral soprano, alto, tenor or bass? Have you ever wanted to experience the camaraderie of singing in a large choir? Ever wondered what it would be like to perform in Scotland’s finest concert halls, and beyond?

For one night only you have the chance to find out! Join Gregory Batsleer – one of the UK’s most dynamic and in demand choral conductors – and the ladies and gents of the RSNO Chorus for an Open Rehearsal and get a taste of it’s like to sing with one of the most distinguished large symphonic choruses in Britain!

If you would like to come along, please register to reserve your place by emailing the Chorus Manager, Christine Walker (christine.walker@rsno.org.uk) marking clearly in the subject field Register for Open Rehearsal

Please register to attend the Open Rehearsal by 12noon on Monday 23 March 2015. You’ll sing various pieces of music on the night, and all scores will be provided.

Should you enjoy your experience at the Open Rehearsal and wish to join the RSNO Chorus, the Chorus Manager Christine Walker will be on hand to take your contact details to arrange an audition date for you.

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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