Falkirk Caledonia Choir

90 years on and still singing! Falkirk Caledonia Choir sings a great range of music from the Classics (Zadok the Priest) to Folk (Scottish, Irish and Negro Spiritual) via modern musicals (Les Miserables) to more 'pop' pieces (Coldplay's 'Viva la Vida') - there's something for everyone!

Genre: Eclectic
Leader / Baton: Mr David Malloch
Year Choir was Formed: 1924
Rehearsals: Monday, 7.30-9.30pm (with a 15min tea break!)
Rehearsal Venues: St Andrew's Primary School, Hawley Road, Falkirk FK1 1SH
Auditions: No
Music Reading Ability: No
Gender: Mixed
Age Range: Mixed
Cost: £40
Payment Frequency Yearly - can be paid in two halves
Term: August - May
Time Commitment: Weekly rehearsals + 'own time' practice
How Many Active Members: 65
Are Concerts Performed?: Yes
How Many (concerts)?: 3
When, Generally?: Annual spring concert - April/May each year; 'Bairn's Christmas' Concert - end of December; One or two charity concerts in local venues throughout the year.
Free or Ticketed: Ticketed
Are Competitions Entered?: No
Regular Musical Collaborators: Falkirk Tryst Orchestra; Falkirk Festival Choir - joint 'Bairns Christmas Concert'; Other choirs ad lib.
Joining Process: Contact office bearers on website - http://falkirkcaledoniachoir.org
Member of any forums?: Falkirk and District Arts and Civic Council
Who funds the choir?: Self-funded

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