Past to Present: Over to You 4

‘Shame, Shame, He Dies for His Country’ by Mark G Carroll, ‘La Petite Messe Solennelle’ by Rossini, four excellent soloists, two wonderful musicians, one first-rate conductor, a passionate choir in a wonderful venue.

Saturday 13th June at St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow sees the fruits of preparations which started in earnest in January of this year.

Perhaps you were in our audience?  This is your opportunity to join the ranks of the critics. Or were you among the performers? Share your thoughts on the experience.

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4 thoughts on “Past to Present: Over to You

  • mariecc

    After all our preparation, the usual nerves, the added excitement /anxiety of having Mark, the actual composer, in the audience – it turned into a really special night. I loved it all and it will stay with me for a long time. Thanks Chris and Mark.

  • Liz

    Amen (!) to Mariecc’s comment. And what wonderful soloists and magnificent accompaniment from Susan Holmes on piano and Christopher Nickol on harmonium. Indeed a special night.

  • Secretary

    It was a great finale to a season of hard work, confusion, laughs and tears. With Chris and Mark at the helm what could possibly go wrong? The acoustic of gorgeous St Mary’s lifted our spirits and the music to the rafters to make a very special occasion for many of us there.

    A big thank you to all concerned.

  • Ghab

    It was a splendid performance, and I very much enjoyed the evening, the singing, and the accompanists.
    After all that, a cup of hot tea, while chatting, was most welcome, so a big thank you to Alice and Kristy for giving up their time to help out.