The Edinburgh Singers: Amazing Grace

The Edinburgh Singers present a programme of heavenly a cappella music in the stunning surroundings of Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling on 18th March.

The Edinburgh Singers: Amazing Grace

About The Edinburgh Singers: Amazing Grace

The Edinburgh Singers present a programme of heavenly a cappella music, featuring works by Talbot, Whitacre, Ešenvalds and a world première by Edinburgh composer Chris Hutchings, specially commissioned in collaboration with Creative Scotland. Under the direction of Alistair Digges, in the stunning surroundings of Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling.

This concert is not recommended for children under 5.

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