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“Light Through Tall Windows – Music for the Mackintosh” released

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is delighted to announce that the world première recording of “Light Through Tall Windows – Music for the Mackintosh” was released today, 27 March 2017. The choral work – written about the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art – is a collaboration between two alumni of the […]

Poster unveiled for the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert

The official poster for the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert features a detail from “Angel’s Army” by the 14th Century Italian painter, Guariento di Arpo. The ‘army’ comprises a chorus of angels, which features in the final movement of Maurice Duruflé’s “Requiem”, which will be performed by the choir alongside the Rogue […]

Creative Scotland supports the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is pleased to announce the news that Creative Scotland, the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries, has awarded part-funding towards the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert. Funding from The National Lottery, through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund, is supporting the performance which […]

Resonance Capital supports the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is thrilled to announce the news that Resonance Capital has kindly agreed to provide financial support towards the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert. Resonance Capital is an active property investment and development company with significant interests in commercial property assets and developments across the UK through co-investment […]

MacRoberts LLP supports the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is delighted to announce that MacRoberts LLP has generously provided financial support towards the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert.

Speaking about the announcement Musical Director, Jamie Sansbury says, “We are thrilled that MacRoberts has generously agreed to support the choir and its Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert, recognising […]

Poster unveiled for The Glasgow School of Art Christmas Concert 2016

The official poster for The Glasgow School of Art Christmas Concert 2016 was was unveiled on 7 November 2016. The concert will be held on Saturday 10 December 2016 in Adelaide’s auditorium, Glasgow.

The concert is guaranteed to provide festive cheer for all the family (and will include the traditional audience participation), however the choir will […]

The Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Concert

In 2017, the Glasgow School of Art Choir celebrates its fifth anniversary and we are delighted to announce that, to mark the occasion, a Fifth Anniversary Gala Concert will take place on Saturday 27 May at 8.00pm in the glorious surroundings of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Doors will open at 7.00pm to allow […]

The GSA Choir selected for the 2016/17 Adopt a Composer scheme

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is delighted to announce that it has been selected as one seven ensembles across the UK to take part in the 2016/17 Adopt a Composer scheme. At a special launch event today, hosted by Making Music the ensemble was revealed as one of the successful choirs who will participate […]

Introducing the Glasgow School of Art Choir’s debut CD, “Lines and Spaces”

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is delighted to announce news of our debut album, “Lines and Spaces”. Featuring works by Duruflé, Rachmaninoff and Lauridsen, the album showcases some of the most powerful, moving and magical examples of choral writing from the past century.

 

Speaking about the release, Musical Director, Jamie Sansbury says:

“As you listen to […]

Feel the fear and sing out

“It’s July 1964 and the British top 50 is fair bursting at the seams with bands and singers who would later change my life in some great and some terrible ways. But it’s not The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, John Lee Hooker or even The Beatles who would have the greatest direct impact on my future.
That honour belongs to a tune just nudging in to the […]