Concerts

NYCoS has a fantastic season lined up with performances from NYCoS National Choirs, NYCoS Area Choirs and everything in between.

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Film Screening of 'When we sing...'

Sat 29 July, 7:30 - 9:38pm
Memorial Hall, Merchiston Castle School, 294 Colinton Road, Edinburgh



When we sing… charts the journey of Brisbane-based teacher Dr James Cuskelly and others, as they enlighten musicians, performers, students and music teachers of all ages and abilities. The documentary incorporates breathtaking choral performances and profoundly moving insight into the meaning of music in our lives. The ticket price also includes a pre-screening drinks reception (7.30-8.00pm) with the screening starting at 8pm.

 

 

Tickets: £10 (adult), £5 (under 26)

 

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On Wings of Song

Sat 12 August, 7:30pm
St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh

The acclaimed NYCoS National Girls Choir, chosen from Scotland’s best young female singing talent, will bring classical and contemporary music to Edinburgh Festival Fringe, demonstrating a freshness of voice and unrivalled diction that receives consistent praise. Set in the striking surroundings of St Giles' Cathedral, and featuring much-loved works by modern masters of music including James MacMillan, Paul Mealor and Judith Weir. This angelic yet lively performance has something for everyone and will leave you floating on air.

 

Tickets: £12 (adult), £10 (concession), £5 (child/student) 

             (booking fees may apply)

 

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Brahms' Requiem by Candlelight

Sat 12 August, 9:30pm
St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh

One of his most popular and awe-inspiring works, Brahms Requiem provides a universally humanistic vision of comfort and hope. Responsible for making the composer an international name, this masterpiece is one of the finest examples of choral writing. The soprano solo, written following the death of his mother, is full of tenderness and sorrow while the baritone and chorus numbers are full of drama. Set in the atmospheric St Giles' Cathedral and accompanied by the majestic power of its Rieger organ, the result is a powerful and emotional experience from the National Youth Choir of Scotland.

 

 

Tickets: £15 (adult), £12 (concession), £5 (child/student) 

            (booking fees may apply)

 

 

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Sixty Minutes of Song

Sat 19 August, 4pm
Falkirk Trinity Church

Be the first to hear the next generation of Scotland's singing talent from NYCoS National Boys Choir Junior Corps and NYCoS National Girls Training Choir at Falkirk Trinity Church.

 

 

Tickets: £6 (adult), £5 (concession), £3 (under 26)

            (booking fees may apply)

 

 

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