We received a great review for our November Concert, recognising not only the Choral’s performance but the fine work of our Musical Director, Ed Taylor, to bring us to this point.
Both our accompanists were recognised for their skill and contributions: ‘Margaret Harvie’s delicate, harp-like piano accompaniment rippled along beautifully’ in Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racine and John Kitchen’s accompaniments on the organ were a ‘virtuosic display of support and balance’
‘one of the best concerts the Choral has given in years’
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Our chosen charity for our carol singing at the new DGRI and our Christmas Concert was Soul Soup, a local charity providing free mental health support and counselling for young people. Blair McGhie (on the right of the picture), from Soul Soup came along to a rehearsal to help with publicity for the concert. Despite […]
Dumfries Choral Society’s Autumn concert falls, very appropriately, on the eve of Armistice Day, as this year’s programme has been chosen to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War in 1918. The choir will be performing two works which represent dramatically different perspectives on the conflict – one looking forward with […]