Strathaven Choral Society

Strathaven Choral Society

About Strathaven Choral Society

10 Lethame Road, Strathaven
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Strathaven Choral Society was founded by David Knox in 1972 to bring great Classical Music to the wider population of Lanarkshire by combining amateur, but highly trained singers, with professional soloists and orchestral musicians. Today, we might add that we are here, simply for people who love to sing, and for audiences who love to listen to us singing!

Since 1972 we have performed a very wide and varied repertoire, from Baroque to Bang-up-to-date. We are members of Making Music, an umbrella organisation that represents and supports over 2,850 amateur music groups.

In addition to our regular concerts, we run fund-raising events such as coffee mornings, and social events such as dinners, barbeques, and ceilidhs.

Our current Musical Director is Christopher Barr.

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