The Aberdeen Diocesan Choir seeks to serve the Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen, Scotland, by providing high quality liturgical music from a wide repertoire of sacred choral music.
The enthusiasm and commitment of the choir, along with the support and encouragement of clergy and parishioners, ensures that the choir continues to be a vital force within the life of the Diocese.
St. Andrew's Recital Aberdeen March 2018
As one of the founder members of the Aberdeen Diocesan Choir and having contributed to its development since its establishment in 2001, I was very pleased to be invited by Bishop Hugh Gilbert to accept the post of Director of Music in January 2016.
I am a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music with many years’ experience of successfully training choirs. I am delighted to be able to apply this experience in supporting such an enthusiastic and committed group of singers who generously give so much time serving the Diocese in such an important ministry. With the support and encouragement of the Bishop, clergy and parishioners, the choir continues to be a vital force within the life of the Diocese. We have a wide repertoire of sacred choral music and sing at major diocesan and other key parish events.
New members are always welcome, especially tenors and basses! Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Upper Hall at St. Mary’s Cathedral. Previous choir experience is helpful but not essential. If you enjoy singing and would like to join us please contact me at email@example.com or our secretary, Paula Silvester, at firstname.lastname@example.org
19.30 - 21.00
St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral
18 Huntly Street
Aberdeen AB10 1SH