Falkirk Caledonia Choir

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Welcome to the website of the Falkirk Caledonia Choir.


We are a friendly, medium sized choir (60 - 70 in strength) based in Falkirk that sing a good variety of part songs, sacred, Scottish, musicals, opera and anything else we can get our hands on.

If you are interested in joining us, or wish to make an enquiry, please email [email protected] or phone one of the office bearers listed on the Contacts page. New members tend to join in August or in January, to give them time to learn our repertoire prior to the Christmas and Spring concerts. We are currently short of tenors and basses and interest from male singers would be particularly welcome. No formal music or singing experience is required, if you can "haud a tune" you'll fit in just fine.

We rehearse at Comely Park Primary School on Monday nights from August to April. We start singing at 7:30pm, and the rehearsal lasts for 2 hours, but there will be some folk there from 7:00pm if you want a chat.



                                                                 UPCOMING CONCERT


Our next concert undertaking is on Wednesday 1st May in Falkirk Town Hall and will feature local violinist Rowan McGirr. 


CHARLOTTE ROWAN MCGIRR, VIOLINIST


An inspirational talent, Charlotte Rowan McGirr has been captivating audiences with her dazzling instrumental virtuosity from an early age.  

Born in Clackmannan, Scotland in 1991, Charlotte Rowan started violin lessons at the age of 3 ½ and continued her musical studies as a pupil of Dollar Academy.   At the age of 16, she was accepted into the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, USA to study with Violaine Melancon.  In addition to obtaining a Bachelor of Music Degree in Violin Performance in 2012, her highlights at Peabody included being made concertmaster of the Peabody Orchestra in her first year, performing for US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and participating in masterclasses with the Juilliard String Quartet and world renowned violinist Midori.  

Always keen to explore different genres of music, Charlotte Rowan’s repertoire ranges from the rich sonorities of J.S.Bach, to the flamboyance of Sarasate and the elegant charm of Kreisler.   

Charlotte Rowan is performing at the Fitzwilliam Concert Series in Cambridge on 26th May, 2013 and in Southwark Cathedral on 20th August, 2013. 

More information about Charlotte Rowan can be found on her website www.charlotterowan.com

               

                                                                

 

 

                     

 

 

Page last updated: Wednesday, 28 March 2012