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Ten Years of
Scotland's Singing Festival
12 - 16th October 2022

Triall on BBC Alba

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BBC Alba via BBC iPlayer

Mary Ann Kennedy goes coast to coast on a musical pilgrimage, travelling by boots, boats, and bike to her first live gig post lockdown. 


Singing for Wellbeing

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place on a weekly basis so get in touch to find out more. 

If you are curious to learn more about Singing For Health and Well-being, then join Rachel Hynes (British Lung Foundation, Sing to Beat) for a relaxed, and enjoyable workshop session via Zoom.

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FRIDAY 14th: 
Student Song Concert

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The traditional Friday lunchtime Music Society /St Andrews Voices concert showcases a number of the Music Centre’s most gifted vocal scholars in a programme of classical and music theatre repertoire.


Songbook: Insights

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Please catch up via the YouTube stream

Please note change of circumstances for the above programme. Seumas Begg (tenor) and Scott Mitchell will lead the music making, with contributions from a number of the composers including Padruig Morrison, Mary Ann Kennedy, and Eddie McGuire.

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SUNDAY 16th:
Katie Coventry

Sunday16th October, 7.30pm

St James' Episcopal Church, Cupar

£5 - £12

Katie Coventry closes St Andrews Voices with a performance in Rowand Anderson’s intimate Episcopal Church in Cupar, featuring songs by Berg, Judith Weir, Roxanna Panufnik and Ravel.

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St Salvator's Chapel Choir

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Follow the link below to enjoy the live stream of the performance

St Salvator’s Chapel Choir open St Andrews Voices with music by Sir James MacMillan (Christus Vincit), Sir William Harris (Faire is the Heaven) and a selection of Scottish folk songs making full use of the McPherson Recital Room’s glorious acoustics. 

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FRIDAY 14th:
Voice Trio: Love and Joy

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In 'A Life of Love and Joy', Voice explore a rich tapestry of celebratory songs from Medieval Europe, beginning
and ending with the sublimely beautiful sacred chant of Hildegard von Bingen. 

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SUNDAY 16th:
Festival Service

Sunday 16th October, 11.00am

St Salvator's Chapel

The traditional festival service, led by University chaplain, the Rev Dr Donald MacEwan. The music will include Sr Charles Villiers Stanford’s setting of the
Te Deum and Jubilate in B-flat and Herbert Howells’ tribute to the patroness of music and musicians, A Hymn to St Cecilia.

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St Andrews Scottish Songbook

Friday 9th December, 7pm
Laidlaw Music Centre

£5 - £15

St Andrews Voices and the University of St Andrews present the first performances of the St Andrews Scottish Songbook, a new collection of 22 arrangements of Scots and Gaelic songs for voice and piano to be published in due course.


Singing for Dementia

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Sign up below for future Dementia Friendly events.

If you are curious to learn more about Singing For Dementia, then join us for a relaxed, and enjoyable workshop session via Zoom.

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Come and Sing: Voice Trio

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An opportunity for amateur singers to come discover the joy of singing medieval music with one of the genre’s leading present-day ensembles. 

Music will be available in advance from The Music Centre


Schools Project


Online Virtual Resources


Our free to access digital education project bringing Ellie Jackson's stories to life with music and environmental messaging in collaboration with the Marine Conservation Society is now available for all.

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