Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Edinburgh’s very own St Andrew Camerata return after two five-star sell-out performances in 2019 with their ever-popular atmospheric, late-night, candlelit performances of Gabriel … 

Choral High Mass

Choral High Mass

Choral High Mass sung in the liturgical setting of the Scottish Episcopal Church (Anglican Communion). 

Cantica Alba – Nature's Glory

Cantica Alba – Nature's Glory

Edinburgh-based vocal ensemble Cantica Alba, directed by Michael Harris, present Nature’s Glory, a programme of madrigals and partsongs, exploring the world of nature in music, including works by Gibbons, Vautor, Delius (German Partsongs), Britten (Flower Songs) and Bob Chilcott. 

Got Soul Choir

Got Soul Choir

Led by soul powerhouse Maryam Ghaffari, Scotland’s funkiest choir will kickstart the final weekend of this year’s Fringe with their patented brand of uplifting, foot-stomping soul classics… 

Cadenza at the 2019 Fringe

Cadenza at the 2019 Fringe

Puccini’s beautiful Messa di Gloria, Haydn’s joyous Te Deum and energetic Insanae et Vanae Curae with orchestral accompaniment, plus first Scottish performance of Janet Wheeler’s powerful Alleluia, I Heard a Voice, for unaccompanied choir… 

How Can I Keep from Singing?

How Can I Keep from Singing?

Glits makes a welcome return to the Edinburgh Fringe with their new choral production… How Can I Keep from Singing? Join them for an hour of song as they sparkle their way through 16 popular songs… 

Perfect Joy: Moments of Choral Ecstasy to Stir Your Heart

Perfect Joy: Moments of Choral Ecstasy to Stir Your Heart

Lift your spirits with a selection of spine-tingling choral gems to inspire and delight. Discover stunning pieces including music by Parry, Holst, Gjeilo, Walton and Billy Joel. Polymnia, Milton Keynes’ premiere chamber choir, returns to the Edinburgh Fringe… 

Deep Peace: Moments of Choral Bliss to Soothe Your Soul

Deep Peace: Moments of Choral Bliss to Soothe Your Soul

Step aside from the frantic streets and slip into a meditative mood with the tranquil harmonies of five centuries from Gibbons and Tallis to Gjeilo, Whitacre and Lauridsen. Polymnia, Milton Keynes’ premier chamber choir, returns to the Edinburgh Fringe… 

The Other Guys: Making Waves

The Other Guys: Making Waves

The Other Guys: Making Waves. All students from the University of St Andrews, The Other Guys are returning for their fourth consecutive Fringe! Performing in a new venue this year, these St Andreans hope to ‘make waves’ with an impressive and diverse assortment of tunes… 

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies, NHS Fife’s staff choir, grew out of the conviction that singing is good for the soul. The concept was brought to life by Sharon Dick, a member of the NHS Fife chaplaincy team, and the first rehearsal took place in September 2014… 

Dieterich Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri (The Limbs of Our Jesus)

Dieterich Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri (The Limbs of Our Jesus)

Directed by Les Shankland, Director of Music, St Vincent’s Chapel, composed in 1680, this rarely performed work is regarded as the very first Lutheran oratorio, and was intended to be the focus of a devotional concert rather than a liturgical service… 

Kalevipoeg – Estonian Epic Tale in Songs

Kalevipoeg – Estonian Epic Tale in Songs

Estonian epic tale Kalevipoeg is written in songs, and NUKU choir is performing these old runic songs mixed with contemporary jazz, adding an ancient storytelling touch to the performance with theatrical elements… 

Aca-lympics

Aca-lympics

A cappella is back and this time it’s competitive! Birmingham University A Cappella Society returns to the Fringe for their fourth year in a sporting attempt to blow you away with all voices and no instruments! In this jam-packed show, two of our a cappella groups will go head to head showcasing their set lists which have songs to cater for all music tastes… 

Aca-lympics

Aca-lympics

A cappella is back and this time it’s competitive! Birmingham University A Cappella Society returns to the Fringe for their fourth year in a sporting attempt to blow you away with all voices and no instruments! In this jam-packed show, two of our a cappella groups will go head to head showcasing their set lists which have songs to cater for all music tastes… 

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Join us for a magical, marvellous hour of songs from your favourite movie musicals including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman and some Disney classics. Travelling to Edinburgh from deepest, darkest Devonshire, Take Note Community Choir have been bringing joy and enthusiastic singing to audiences for nine years and have enjoyed tours in West Sussex and Chinon, France… 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Traditional choral evensong and benediction with the renowned choir and organ of this historic Anglican Catholic church directed by Dr John Kitchen. Full details from www.osp.org.uk… 

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Join us for a magical, marvellous hour of songs from your favourite movie musicals including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman and some Disney classics. Travelling to Edinburgh from deepest, darkest Devonshire, Take Note Community Choir have been bringing joy and enthusiastic singing to audiences for nine years and have enjoyed tours in West Sussex and Chinon, France… 

Oh Happy Day!

Oh Happy Day!

The special group from this Rhineland choir brings an exuberant repertoire of Gospel, contemporary, folk and pop classics to the lovely Crichton Valley with its medieval church and castle… 

Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle

Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle

Gioachino Rossini’s last work, the Petite Messe Solennelle (Little Solemn Mass), was composed in 1863. Rossini was living in Paris, having stopped writing operas over 30 years previously… 

Music-Making at St Michael and All Saints

Music-Making at St Michael and All Saints

Morning: coffee concert of informal music-making. 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Edinburgh’s very own St Andrew Camerata return to the Fringe in 2019 with their ever-popular atmospheric, late-night, candlelit performances of Gabriel Faure’s much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th-century hidden gem)… 

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Devon Knows How They Make It So Musical! (Free)

Join us for a magical, marvellous hour of songs from your favourite movie musicals including Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman and some Disney classics. Travelling to Edinburgh from deepest, darkest Devonshire, Take Note Community Choir have been bringing joy and enthusiastic singing to audiences for nine years and have enjoyed tours in West Sussex and Chinon, France… 

Choral Celebration

Choral Celebration

St Giles’ Cathedral Choir and instrumental ensemble, directed by Michael Harris, in a programme of choral classics including Vivaldi’s Gloria and Schubert Mass in G. An evening of glorious sonority in St Giles’ unparalleled acoustic. 

InChorus Choir

InChorus Choir

Excitations by InChorus will be well worth viewing from the other side. This dynamic community choir offers a guaranteed journey into song that will send you away full of Good Vibrations… 

A Glory to Our Race, and a Nightingale to Our People: The Music of William Byrd

A Glory to Our Race, and a Nightingale to Our People: The Music of William Byrd

Crichton Kirk welcomes internationally renowned ensemble The Marian Consort, whose dynamic, fresh approach to Portuguese polyphony entranced audiences in 2017. On this occasion, the group tackle music from the pinnacle of English vocal music at the time of the Reformation, the works of the Catholic recusant William Byrd… 

Choral High Mass

Choral High Mass

Mass performed in a liturgical setting as an integral part of the Sunday morning eucharist (high mass) in a beautiful Victorian Episcopal church (Anglican Communion). James Macmillan, Missa Brevis, Will Todd, In This Place; Haydn St Nicholas Mass; Michael Haydn Laetatus sum with orchestra; Mass and motet Palestrina Assumpta est Maria; Mass and motet Banchieri Paratum Cor Meum with orchestra… 

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Traditional Catholic Anglican liturgy in this historic church with renowned choir and organ directed by John Kitchen. Including Haydn Kleine Orgelmesse, Davis Short Mass, Rheinberger Mass in E flat and Holst Mass in A minor… 

The Big Bluesy Brunch

The Big Bluesy Brunch

Sundays are the day of rest, but Brewhemians don’t believe in this! We’ve got local blues bands, fantastic choirs and award-winning a cappella groups as well as showstopping silent films and a live pianist accompaniment to entertain you during the afternoon and evening. 

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 40 young singers based in south-west London. They have performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall and on BBC Radio 3… 

Choral Festival Evensongs

Choral Festival Evensongs

Choral services sung by St Mary’s Cathedral Choir, the only choral foundation in Scotland with a tradition of daily services. Full details of music at cathedral.net. 

Afternoon Concerts at St Michael and All Saints

Afternoon Concerts at St Michael and All Saints

Afternoons: organ concert by Christopher Black; Sarah Moore sings Rachmaninoff/Mozart; Roxburgh Quartet playing Barber/Schostakovich; Hadley Court Singers/SMAS choir/orchestra music performing Saint Saens/Durufle/Franck and Faure Requiem/Cantique… 

Renaissance Choral Music from Scotland and England

Renaissance Choral Music from Scotland and England

The Byrd International Singers, directed by Markdavin Obenza, participates in an annual Renaissance course offered by the Byrd Ensemble (US). The 20-strong choir will perform Renaissance music from Scotland and England… 

Cathedral Concert – Music of Mystery and Devotion

Cathedral Concert – Music of Mystery and Devotion

The captivating sound-world of medieval music, featuring Scottish chant from Inchcolm Abbey, music by Hildegard of Bingen and Thomas, Jewel of Canterbury – an eight-part work by contemporary composer Gabriel Jackson inspired by medieval music... 

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies, NHS Fife’s staff choir, together with specially invited guest soloists, is delighted to be returning to the Fringe with a programme of show tunes and popular music under the musical direction of Stuart Watson... 

Cadenza at the Fringe

Cadenza at the Fringe

Celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday today, culminating with his choral masterpiece, Chichester Psalms. Cadenza, one of Scotland’s foremost ensembles, sets the mood with Elgar’s magnificent Lux Aeterna, Scarlatti’s Stabat Mater and Trois Chansons by Debussy... 

Find Your Way

Find Your Way

Returning to the Edinburgh Fringe in partnership with Just Festival. We have come a long way from being a research project proving the beneficial effects of singing in a choir on well-being... 

Esther – The First English Oratorio

Esther – The First English Oratorio

Steadily establishing a reputation as specialists in music from the Enlightenment era, Opera dei Lumi return to the Edinburgh Fringe with a rare performance of the very first English oratorio: Handel's masterpiece Esther... 

Rachmaninov Vespers

Rachmaninov Vespers

The highly acclaimed Rock Festival Choir (Alnwick’s a cappella Chamber Choir) under its director Peter Brown come to the Fringe for the first time to sing Rachmaninoff's wonderfully rich All-Night Vigil (more commonly known as the Vespers) in the fantastic acoustic of two of Edinburgh's oldest kirks – Greyfriars and Canongate... 

Rachmaninov Vespers

Rachmaninov Vespers

The highly acclaimed Rock Festival Choir (Alnwick’s a cappella Chamber Choir) under its director Peter Brown come to the Fringe for the first time to sing Rachmaninoff's wonderfully rich All-Night Vigil (more commonly known as the Vespers) in the fantastic acoustic of two of Edinburgh's oldest kirks – Greyfriars and Canongate... 

Consort of Voices Presents

Consort of Voices Presents

Consort of Voices return to the historic Canongate Kirk in what will be our tenth year of Fringe performances. To celebrate this anniversary we will be revisiting some of our favourite pieces – and hopefully yours too – from the past ten years... 

Cathedral Choir Concert: Coronation Anthems and Music for Royalty

Cathedral Choir Concert: Coronation Anthems and Music for Royalty

'You'll have to go a long way to hear finer choral singing than this' (International Record Review). Works by Purcell, Handel and Parry in the candlelit St Mary's Cathedral with the internationally renowned Cathedral Choir... 

Kangaroos and Bagpipes

Kangaroos and Bagpipes

Kangaroos and Bagpipes is an unique blending of Australian singers and their Scottish counterparts performing traditional and contemporary songs designed to entertain, enthrall and entice you to travel to the Land Down Under... 

Dona Nobis Pacem

Dona Nobis Pacem

Virtuoso renaissance polyphony of fabulous complexity by Scottish composer Robert Carver, showcasing his Missa L'Homme Arme and other exquisite works sung by stunning professional voices in a unique programme to mark the centenary of the WWI Armistice... 

Mozart Requiem and Bach Magnificat

Mozart Requiem and Bach Magnificat

The Edinburgh Chamber Choir returns to the Fringe with two amazing choral works. Mozart’s masterpiece, the famous Requiem with its dark, operatic sonority is contrasted by Bach’s uplifting Magnificat. 

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Traditional Catholic Anglican liturgy in this historic church with renowned choir and organ directed by John Kitchen. Including Carver Missa: Fera Pessima, Gounod: St Cecilia Mass and Vaughan Williams: Mass in G minor. 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Traditional choral evensong and benediction with the renowned choir and organ of this historic Anglican Catholic church directed by Dr John Kitchen. Full details from osp.org.uk or venue leaflet. 

Joy – Supersized

Joy – Supersized

The world-famous Barnsley Youth Choir welcomes its Development Choir to share the stage in four special performances at the fabulous Greyfriars Kirk. 140 spectacular vocalists perform breathtaking pop, classical and gospel classics... 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Ahead of their European tour in October, and by popular demand, the St Andrew Camerata return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their atmospheric late-night candlelit performances of Gabriel Faure's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th-century gem)... 

Choral Classics

Choral Classics

St Giles’ Cathedral Choir, directed by Michael Harris, presents a programme of choral favourites, including music by Haydn and Mozart, together with Tippett’s Spirituals from A Child of Our Time, and Parry’s Blest Pair of Sirens. 

Joy

Joy

The world-famous Barnsley Youth Choir returns to the fabulous Greyfriars Kirk following outstanding reviews in 2016. Seventy-five spectacular vocalists and a stunning band perform breathtaking pop, gospel, classical and spiritual classics... 

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Join the Cathedral's choir and congregation for uplifting Choral Eucharists with the finest cathedral music, featuring mass settings by Gabriel Jackson, William Byrd and Antonín Dvorák. 

Festival Masses

Festival Masses

Come and listen to uplifting music performed in its liturgical context by one of Edinburgh's best church choirs in the glorious setting of this church. Composers include Mozart, Morales, Gorecki, Pekiel and Haydn. 

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Choral services sung by the Cathedral choir, the only choral foundation in Scotland with a tradition of daily services. Evensong on Wednesday 15 August broadcast live on BBC Radio 3... 

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 40 young singers based in south-west London. They have performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall and on BBC Radio 3... 

B Minor Mass

B Minor Mass

Join Anna Dennis, Ed Lyon, Andy Staples and Susanna Hurrell on the eve of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a stunning performance of Bach's masterpiece. 

Caldicot Male Voice Choir

Caldicot Male Voice Choir

Formed in 1963 by steelworkers in Llanwern, the Eisteddfod-winning choir has since travelled both in the UK and abroad, delighting audiences with their wide repertoire of songs sung in Welsh, English, German and Italian... 

Cadenza at the Fringe

Cadenza at the Fringe

Brahms’ powerful Deutches Requiem, Rheinberger’s exquisite unaccompanied double-choir Mass in Eflat, Cantus Missae, and Monteverdi motets performed by one of Scotland's foremost choral ensembles... 

Mental Notes from HarmonyChoir

Mental Notes from HarmonyChoir

Following last year’s debut sell-out performance, HarmonyChoir once again bring you an evening of inspirational and uplifting music. HarmonyChoir formed over a year ago as part of a project to demonstrate the positive effect of singing on mental health and well-being... 

Echoes and Traces

Echoes and Traces

Echoes and Traces presents eight new choral works, developed in response to one of Scotland's oldest pieces of music, a 900-year-old plain-song fragment from Orkney that celebrates St Magnus: Nobilis Humilis... 

Echoes and Traces

Echoes and Traces

Echoes and Traces presents eight new choral works, developed in response to one of Scotland's oldest pieces of music, a 900-year-old plain-song fragment from Orkney that celebrates St Magnus: Nobilis Humilis... 

JS Bach Motets

JS Bach Motets

Scotland's new chamber choir makes its debut, bringing to life three of Bach's incomparable masterpieces. Director George Wilson has been drawing growing audiences for his Bach performances with his twin sons at the Fringe since 2011... 

Consort of Voices Presents

Consort of Voices Presents

The Consort of Voices return to Canongate for the ninth successive year, presenting another varied and eclectic programme of music, this year with an emphasis on Scandinavian composers... 

Cathedral Choir Concert: Haydn and Mozart

Cathedral Choir Concert: Haydn and Mozart

'You'll have to go a long way to hear finer choral singing than this' (International Record Review). Works by the Viennese masters in the candlelit St Mary's Cathedral with the internationally renowned Cathedral Choir... 

Soul Nation Choir – Closer to the Heat

Soul Nation Choir – Closer to the Heat

Following the sell-out success of last year's Choir on Fire, Soul Nation are ready to take it to the next level – lifting it higher and higher. The heat is on! Scotland's only professional rock choir are turning heads every time they hit the stage with their unique and infectious brand of soul... 

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Join us for traditional Catholic Anglican liturgy with the renowned choir, organ and congregation of this historic church, directed by City and University Organist Dr John Kitchen. The music to be performed is chosen from our extensive repertoire, and will this year include Orlande de Lassus' Missa Bell' Amfitrit' altera, Mozart's Spatzenmesse (Sparrow Mass) and Francis Jackson's Missa Matris Dei... 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Join us for traditional Choral Evensong and Benediction with the renowned choir, organ and congregation of this historic Anglican Catholic Church. Directed by Edinburgh City and University Organist Dr John Kitchen... 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

By popular demand the St Andrew Camerata return for the 11th successive year to the Edinburgh Fringe with their atmospheric late-night, candlelit performance of Gabriel Faure's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th century gem)... 

Brahms's Requiem by Candlelight

Brahms's Requiem by Candlelight

One of his most popular and awe-inspiring works, Brahms's Requiem provides a universally humanistic vision of comfort and hope. Responsible for making the composer an international name, this masterpiece is one of the finest examples of choral writing... 

Celtic Sanctus

Celtic Sanctus

Although the world becomes ever smaller, big questions about our existence and purpose remain. In a global society increasingly dominated by technology, a spiritual hunger endures. In this new work, Peter D Robinson – MTM:UK nominee for best composer on the Fringe, 2007 for Sailing to Tomorrow – combines ancient liturgical text in Latin and English with ancient and modern Gaelic, mixing the Christian and Pagan in a compelling and distinctly Scottish message of one music, one God... 

Festival Masses

Festival Masses

Come and listen to beautiful sacred music in the liturgical context for which it was written in the setting of one of Edinburgh's finest churches. Composers include: Mozart, Monteverdi, Rheinberger, Brahms, Dove and Todd. 

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Join the Cathedral's choir and congregation for uplifting Choral Eucharists with the finest cathedral music, featuring mass settings by Jonathan Dove, Vaughan Williams and Mozart. Full details at cathedral... 

Choral Evensong / Choral Eucharist

Choral Evensong / Choral Eucharist

The professional chapel choir sings at the weekly interdenominational choral service in this extraordinary late Arts and Crafts-style building: truly one of Edinburgh's hidden gems... 

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Choral services sung by the Cathedral choir, the only choral foundation in Scotland with a tradition of daily services. Evensong on Wednesday 9 August broadcast live on BBC Radio 3... 

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 40 young singers based in south-west London, with performances broadcast on BBC Radio 3. They have a wide repertoire and present sacred and secular music from many different genres, including show tunes, spirituals, traditional songs and barbershop... 

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

Traditional service of Choral Evensong from the 1929 Scottish Prayer Book with guest choir, congregational hymn singing and organ voluntary. St Vincent's is the village church in the heart of the city... 

Songs of Praise and Thanksgiving: A Musical Celebration of the Reformation

Songs of Praise and Thanksgiving: A Musical Celebration of the Reformation

Join the former King's singer and renowned choral director Simon Carrington and the Reformation Festival Chorus as they present an hour-long programme of inspirational choral music from the Baroque to the 21st century, with works by Bach, Vaughan Williams, Mendelssohn, and songs and spirituals from the New World... 

Bells Present: Gospel

Bells Present: Gospel

Bells gained national prominence in its first year as a fully mixed ensemble after winning the 2016 Scottish A Cappella Championships. Combining a wide range of musical genres with original compositions and evocative arrangements, the group is known for weaving stories through their performances... 

B Minor Mass

B Minor Mass

Ludus Baroque returns to the Fringe with their popular annual concert of JS Bach's magnificent B Minor Mass, showcasing the beautiful sounds of a chorus of top class professionals alongside their period ensemble... 

Consort of Voices Presents – Shakespeare Songs

Consort of Voices Presents – Shakespeare Songs

Consort of Voices return to Canongate Kirk for our eighth consecutive year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In this, the 400th anniversary year of the death of William Shakespeare, we present diverse settings of his words from a range of composers... 

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies in Concert

Healthy Harmonies, NHS Fife's staff choir, grew out of the conviction that singing is good for the soul. The concept was brought to life by Sharon Dick, a member of the NHS Fife chaplaincy team, and the first rehearsal took place in September 2014... 

The Furnace

The Furnace

A setting of the story of the three holy children from the Book of Daniel for choir, soloists and a string orchestra. Sung in English, Latin, Greek and Hebrew, the piece examines how political spin and propaganda are often at odds with the truth of a situation, resonating with the many troubles in societies across the world today... 

Cadenza at the Fringe

Cadenza at the Fringe

Beethoven’s glorious Choral Fantasy, Cherubini’s Mass in C minor, much-admired by Beethoven, Schumann and Brahms, and Schubert’s Gebet and Gott ist mein Hirt (Psalm 23) performed by one of Scotland's most exciting choirs... 

Do You Mind?

Do You Mind?

HarmonyChoir (and special guests) will bring you an evening of inspirational and empowering music! HarmonyChoir is a group of singers, some of whom have experience with mental health symptoms... 

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir has over 75 members aged 9-19 years. Operating an open access policy, all we ask is a passion for singing! Our musical directors believe that choral singing is the purest form of music-making... 

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir

Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir has over 75 members aged 9-19 years. Operating an open access policy, all we ask is a passion for singing! Our musical directors believe that choral singing is the purest form of music-making... 

The Slimy Stuarts and the Glorious Georgians

The Slimy Stuarts and the Glorious Georgians

Eboracum Baroque are joined by Horrible Histories author Terry Deary in a performance for all the family. Be transported back in time to hear about what life was like at the time of the slimy Stuarts and the glorious Georgians... 

Mozart Vespers K339 and Vivaldi Gloria RV589

Mozart Vespers K339 and Vivaldi Gloria RV589

A two-part programme, sung by acclaimed local choir and directed by Stephen Doughty in the fine setting of St Cuthbert's Church. An acoustic delight for lovers of popular sacred music. 

Cathedral Choir Concert – A Stravinsky Celebration

Cathedral Choir Concert – A Stravinsky Celebration

A concert to celebrate the launch of the choir's Stravinsky CD, including music by Gesualdo, Bach, Stravinsky and Gabriel Jackson. Featuring the internationally renowned Choir of St Mary's Cathedral... 

Lunchtime Recitals – East Meets West Rainbow

Lunchtime Recitals – East Meets West Rainbow

A fantastic opportunity to hear Chinese classical music, played by professional musicians on Chinese and Western instruments, accompanied by a short performance by the talented Rainbow Choir. 

The History of the Musical

The History of the Musical

Bel Canto Voices, Fife’s premier youth choir presents The History of The Musical, featuring highlights from shows by Offenbach to Rodgers and Gershwin to Schoenberg, and showcasing wonderful talented young singers in a plethora of choruses, ensembles and solos... 

Bach: St John Passion

Bach: St John Passion

Coro Edina return to the Fringe following previous years' acclaimed performances of Brahms and Mozart Requiems and Handel's Messiah. This year, they will sing JS Bach's masterpiece, St John Passion, with full chamber orchestra. 

Bach B minor Mass

Bach B minor Mass

We return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with our popular annual concert of JS Bach's magnificent B minor Mass, showcasing the singing virtuosity of ten stellar soloists alongside our period ensemble... 

Al-Rowwad: Beautiful Resistance

Al-Rowwad: Beautiful Resistance

Beautiful Resistance promotes human rights through creative and non-violent responses to the armed occupation of Palestine. Meet Dr Abdelfattah Abusrour, founder of the Beautiful Resistance and architect of Al-Rowwad Cultural Association in Aida Refugee Camp, Bethlehem... 

Choral Vespers

Choral Vespers

Latin Choral Vespers for the Feast of the Assumption for strings and choir, including exquisite plainsong and music by Pergolesi. 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Join us for traditional choral evensong and benediction with the renowned choir, organ and congregation of this historic Anglican Catholic Church. Directed by Edinburgh City and University Organist Dr John Kitchen... 

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Old Saint Paul's Festival High Masses

Join us for traditional Catholic Anglican liturgy with the renowned choir, organ and congregation of this historic church, directed by City and University Organist Dr John Kitchen. The music to be performed is chosen from our extensive repertoire, and will this year include Palestrina's well-known Renaissance Missa Papae Marcelli, Widor's grand Messe Op... 

Gospel World

Gospel World

Cillis – short for St. Cecilia Church – Gospel Choir, directed by Scotsman Brian Hamilton, comes from just outside Munich, Bavaria. Our aim is to perform every song with the maximum possible musicality and passion... 

Fauré Requiem by Candlelight

Fauré Requiem by Candlelight

Now in its 10th year, with nine sell-out years, the St Andrew Camerata return with this atmospheric late-night performance of Gabriel Fauré's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the hauntingly beautiful setting of Old Saint Paul's... 

Mozart's Requiem by Candlelight

Mozart's Requiem by Candlelight

Described as the sublimest achievement that the modern period has contributed to the church, there can be few more befitting settings in which to experience the heart-wrenching beauty of Mozart’s Requiem than by candlelight in the historic St Giles' Cathedral... 

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace

Karl Jenkins’ compelling anti-war work charts the descent into and the consequences of war and the hope for peace. Written to commemorate the new millennium and dedicated to victims of the Kosovo War, this large-scale work is based on texts drawn from a diverse array of cultural and religious sources... 

A Little Byrd told me... An Evening of Renaissance Music

A Little Byrd told me... An Evening of Renaissance Music

Escape into the Renaissance for an hour with music from Octavoce in the beautiful surroundings of the Robin Chapel, Edinburgh. The eight-part ensemble return to their roots, bringing you choral music by Byrd, Palestrina and other composers of the age... 

Valentine Singers Lunchtime Recital

Valentine Singers Lunchtime Recital

Valentine Singers travel from London bringing a cornucopia of a cappella choral delights from around the world: spirituals, part-songs, classical, folk songs and popular standards. Comments on the show include: ‘Sensitive singing’, ‘A high quality of performance’ and ‘The audience were gripped from beginning to end’... 

Valentine Singers Lunchtime Recital

Valentine Singers Lunchtime Recital

Valentine Singers travel from London bringing a cornucopia of a cappella choral delights from around the world: spirituals, part-songs, classical, folk songs and popular standards. Comments on the show include: ‘Sensitive singing’, ‘A high quality of performance’ and ‘The audience were gripped from beginning to end’... 

Barnsley Youth Choir

Barnsley Youth Choir

Singing hits by John Legend, Coldplay, Take That, ELO and others, the international award winning Barnsley Youth Choir will take you on a musical ride through pop, classical, gospel and spirituals, as 60 world-class performers fill the magnificent Greyfriars Kirk with song... 

So Good a Thing

So Good a Thing

Waldorf Wayfarers – Directed by Australian composer Judith Clingan, 20 students and teachers from Waldorf or Steiner schools in Australia and Taiwan will give an hour’s programme of both early European music for voice and period instruments (medieval, renaissance and baroque), and recent choral compositions, mostly unaccompanied, by Australian and Taiwanese composers... 

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions is an outstanding youth male voice choir of 40 singers from south-west London. Finalists in the Choir of the Year 2014, with performances broadcast on BBC Radio 3. The choir has a wide repertoire and presents sacred and secular music from many different genres; show tunes, spirituals, traditional songs and barbershop... 

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Join the Cathedral's choir and congregation for uplifting Choral Eucharists with the finest cathedral music, featuring mass settings by Schubert, Victoria and Kodàly. Full details at cathedral... 

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Choral services sung by the Cathedral choir, the only choral foundation in Scotland with a tradition of daily services. Evensong on Wednesday 17 August broadcast live on BBC Radio 3... 

Choral Evensong / Choral Eucharist

Choral Evensong / Choral Eucharist

The professional chapel choir sings at the weekly interdenominational choral service in this extraordinary late Arts and Crafts style building: truly one of Edinburgh's hidden gems... 

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

A popular and traditional service of Choral Evensong from the 1929 Scottish Prayer Book with guest choir, congregational hymn singing and organ voluntary. St Vincent's is the village church at the heart of the city, adorned with more than 150 shields and achievements depicting modern European heraldry - from its time as the Commandery of Lochore of the Order of St Lazarus... 

Sing in the City Concert for When You Wish Upon a Star

Sing in the City Concert for When You Wish Upon a Star

For one night only, Sing in The City’s premier choir The Aw’ Blacks will be performing in this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Previous years have been sell-outs and from the first notes you will be enraptured by this stunning contemporary choir... 

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem

A human requiem and one of the great choral masterpieces of all time. A rare chance to hear this glorious work in an intimate arrangement for chamber choir and piano in the beautiful Greyfriars Kirk... 

Happy Hour with InChorus

Happy Hour with InChorus

Happy Hour with InChorus. This large contemporary choir performs an intoxicating cocktail of popular songs in an exciting blend of arrangements. A polished performance served with undiluted spirit and zest, this is the perfect entertainment aperitif to your Fringe evening... 

Consort of Voices at the Fringe

Consort of Voices at the Fringe

Based in Edinburgh and founded in 1991, Consort of Voices specialise in performances of a cappella music and small-scale choral repertoires from the 15th century to the present day; it is one of the most versatile groups of its kind... 

Chechelele World Music Choir

Chechelele World Music Choir

Ranging from pleasantly slow and soothing to fast and excitable and even angry, the sounds produced by the Chechelele World Music Choir were vibrant and vast. Their set took the audience vocally around the world from South Africa and Uganda, to Bulgaria and South America... 

Nothing To See Here

Nothing To See Here

Nothing to see here... move along... unless you want to experience the choir that’s sold out its Fringe shows for the last two years; that recently came 2nd in the Manchester Amateur Choral Competition; that took Choir of the Day at the Scottish heats for the 2014 BBC Choir of the Year and was 6th overall in the UK; that gets comments like ‘stunningly good’, ‘a triumph’ and ‘Thank you!! Wow! Wow! Wow!’... 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Old Saint Paul's Festival Evensongs

Traditional choral evensong and benediction in the catholic Anglican style with the renowned choir and organ of this historic church close to Edinburgh's Royal Mile. Directed by city and university organist John Kitchen... 

Old Saint Paul's Festival Masses

Old Saint Paul's Festival Masses

Traditional Catholic Anglican liturgy in this historic church close to Edinburgh's Royal Mile with renowned choir and organ. Directed by City and University Organist John Kitchen. Service music will include Masses by Victoria (O Quam Gloriosum), Andrew Carter (Missa Sancti Pauli), Howells (Collegium Regale)... 

Death by Shakespeare

Death by Shakespeare

“My conscience hath a thousand several tongues, and every tongue brings in a several tale”. This quotation from Richard III encapsulates the nature of this aesthetically powerful performance; a chorus of spirits, bruised and bloodied, gather to re-enact their deaths and, while some stand out as characters, they work as an ensemble to do so, with every member of the group a part of every tale — a murderer, a victim, or standing by, observing and mocking the action... 

Spanish Gold

Spanish Gold

This acclaimed Cumbrian chamber choir returns to the Fringe with a programme of lively and sun-filled choral works from Spain, composed over the last hundred years. Based on traditional texts and beautiful Lorca poems, they evoke the joys, humour and pains of love and life, the summer perfumes of orange and pomegranate, and even a hint of guitar and castanets! 'Extraordinary richness in choral breadth and volume … fine music-making and vibrant programming' (Cumberland News)... 

Cadenza at the Fringe

Cadenza at the Fringe

Will Todd’s Mass in Blue (Scottish première), Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G minor, Tippett’s Five Negro Spirituals, performed by one of Scotland's most exciting and versatile choirs, with Will Todd (piano), Joanna Forbes-L’Estrange (soprano) and Brian Molley Quartet... 

Fauré Requiem by Candlelight

Fauré Requiem by Candlelight

Now in its 10th year, with nine sell-out years, the St Andrew Camerata return with this atmospheric late-night performance of Gabriel Fauré's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the hauntingly beautiful setting of Old Saint Paul's... 

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Cathedral Festival Evensongs

Choral services sung by the Cathedral choir, the only choral foundation in Scotland with a tradition of daily services. Evensong on Wednesday 19th August broadcast live on BBC Radio 3... 

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Cathedral Festival Eucharists

Join the Cathedral's choir and congregation for uplifting choral eucharists with the finest cathedral music, featuring mass settings by Stravinsky, Schubert and Martin. Full details at www... 

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

Choral Evensong at St Vincent's

A traditional service of Choral Evensong, using the 1929 Scottish Episcopal Church liturgy, with a guest choir and congregational hymn singing. Organ voluntaries at start and end. St Vincent's is a fascinating Gothic Victorian Church of 1856 in the Northern New Town... 

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions

Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 30 young singers based in south-west London. Finalists in The Voice Festival 2015 and Choir of the Year 2014; two broadcasts on BBC Radio 3... 

NCCGB Fringe Concert

NCCGB Fringe Concert

With singers from throughout the UK, 200 young musicians from the National Children’s Choir of Great Britain will perform a wide variety of repertoire on their first visit to the Fringe... 

NCCGB Lunchtime Concert

NCCGB Lunchtime Concert

This small group of older singers from the National Children’s Choir of Great Britain will perform a rich variety of works, from the glorious tones of the 15th century Ave Verum Corpus by Milani, to Larson’s rhythmic setting of Aldeen Humphreys’ tribute to Jack Kerouac, Jack’s Valentine...