Renaissance Splendour - The Scottish Chamber Choir | Rosslyn Chapel Roslin  | Sat 9th June 2018 Lineup

Renaissance Splendour - The Scottish Chamber Choir

Rosslyn Chapel in Roslin

Saturday 9th June 2018

7:30pm til 9:30pm

No age restrictions

Sublime sounds in beautiful buildings


Renaissance Splendour - The Scottish Chamber Choir on Saturday 9th June 2018

The Scottish Chamber Choir, directed by Iain McLarty, presents:

Renaissance Splendour

Sublime sounds in beautiful buildings

Guillaume Dufay - Missa l'Homme armé

Robert Fayrfax - Ave Dei Patris filia

John Nesbett - Magnificat

Sunday 3 June 2018 - 6:00 pm - Crail Church, Marketgate, Crail, Fife KY10 3TL

Saturday 9 June 2018 - 7:30 pm - Rosslyn Chapel, Chapel Loan, Roslin EH25 9PU

Two iconic Scottish churches provide the acoustic and architectural setting for the Scottish Chamber Choir’s concert of early Renaissance choral music: Crail Church and Rosslyn Chapel.

The choir performs Franco-Flemish composer Guillaume Dufay’s melodic masterpiece, his Missa L’Homme armé, alongside pieces by his English contemporaries Robert Fayrfax and John Nesbett.
Spacious polyphony and intricate architecture combine to build a sublime musical experience.

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Or at the door at Crail only.

The Scottish Chamber Choir

Since 1968, the Scottish Chamber Choir has enjoyed singing a wide-ranging repertoire through a rich history of performance and commissioning. Under musical director Iain McLarty, the choir is exploring new partnerships and musical opportunities.

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Music Genres: 

Choral, Classical

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Entry price (public): 15

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