Edinburgh University Chamber Choir is an auditioned, classical choir specialising in a cappella choral music from the 12th to the 21st century, conducted by Michael Bawtree. EUCC prides itself on furthering its singers education by performing challenging choral repertoire to a high standard. With around 24 singers, it is the smallest of the University’s three auditioned choirs. In addition to concert performances, EUCC represents the University at the annual academic service at St. Gile’s Cathedral, and various other University events. EUCC has also established an international reputation through tours; recent tours have included Amsterdam (2018), Oslo (2017), Nice, Cannes and Monaco (2017), Budapest (2016) and Berlin (2015).
Examples of past performances can be found on our Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/euchamberchoir.
What's Coming Up?
EUCC has a number of exciting engagements on the horizon, including...
- 'War Horse: The Story in Concert' with the Royal National Scottish Orchestra, in the Usher Hall
- Haydn's Harmoniemesse; a collaboration with Edinburgh University Chamber Orchestra
- St. Gile's at Six; EUCC 's Winter Concert in St Gile's Cathedral, Edinburgh
- Summer Tour 2019
EUCC is holding auditions on Monday the 17th and Tuesday the 18th of September. If you would like to become a member of EUCC, please email us at email@example.com with the subject heading 'AUDITION' to apply for an audition, or visit our stall at the EUSA Fresher’s Fair. In your audition, you will be asked to perform a short piece of your choosing, in addition to a short piece of sight-singing.
Executive Office Bearers 2018/19
President: Áine Cassidy
Secretary: Rachel Joint
Treasurer: Selina Paxton
Office Bearers 2018/19
Social Secretary: Ruby Donnelly
Librarian: Margaret Renton
Publicity Manager: Rhys Inward
Sponsorship Manager: Claudia Comyn
Find out more
If you wish to ask a question about EUCC, or want to hear more from us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EUChamberChoir .