Welcome to the Scottish Chamber Choir website. We hope that the site gives you a flavour of the choir and all the information you need to contact us, whether that’s to find out about our next performances, the content of our choir library, details of how to hire us – whether that’s for a music society concert or a wedding or other function – or how to join us

The Choir singing ‘Father and Son’ recorded at St Giles Cathedral. A CD of the full recording may be purchased for £5. Just send us an email if you would like a copy.

Tenor or Bass?

The Scottish Chamber Choir, under director Mark Hindley, is recruiting male voices for its next concert of music by Taverner and Carver. Rehearsals start in early December on Monday evenings from 7.15 to 9.30pm at Stewart’s Melville College in Edinburgh’s West End. For more details contact the Membership Secretary.

Our Next Concert: Scottish Renaissance

Saturday, 7th February at 7.30pm in St Andrew's and St Georges West Church, Edinburgh, EH2 2PA
Sunday, 15th February at 3.00pm in St John's Kirk, St John's Place, Perth, PH1 5SZ

The Scottish Chamber Choir's next concerts explore the world of the Scottish Renaissance. Centred around Robert Carver's intricately beautiful Mass L'Homme Armé, the programme includes contemporary pieces from the Wode Psalter: five-part motets by David Peebles and Robert Johnson, and Jean Maillard's Omnes gentes.

Tickets: £10; students £5; accompanied under-18s free. Tickets may be purchased here or on the door.

Choral Traineeships

Would you like to sing exciting choral music in wonderful venues in Edinburgh and beyond?

The Scottish Chamber Choir is offering four student traineeships to promising singers aged between 18 and 25. This is an opportunity to develop vocal technique, explore repertoire and enhance choral experience. The trainees will participate in regular concerts across Scotland and enjoy free membership of the choir. The Scottish Chamber Choir approaches a wide-ranging repertoire with fresh ideas and an enthusiasm for making new musical connections. Recent programmes have ranged from a sparkling Messiah with Baroque orchestra in the appropriate surroundings of Edinburgh’s historic Canongate Kirk to a cappella singing in the extraordinary acoustic of St Giles’ and an exploration of choral improvisation accompanied by the romantic organ of St Cuthbert’s church. The traineeships will be awarded on the basis of audition and interview and will run for one year with the possibility of renewal. For further details please email the choir’s membership secretary: info@scottishchamberchoir.org.uk