at Inverness High School.
Starts at 7.30 tickets £8 at the door
The concert features the Edinburgh Kevock Choir which is recognised as one of Scotland’s foremost large choirs, with a singing strength of around 80. The Choir are doing a short charity tour in the Highlands appearing at Inverness High School on 18th October and Dingwall Town Hall on 19th October.
The choir sings traditional Scottish songs, religious works by composers as diverse as Brahms and Mendelssohn, and modern pieces by a wide range of composers, including John Rutter, Karl Jenkins as well as some well-known songs from musical theatre. The aim is to provide something to suit everyone’s taste.
This is a great opportunity to see one of the country’s top choirs at first hand. They have an international reputation having toured extensively in Europe and North America.
Supporting the Choir will be the fiddle group Wall2Wall Fiddles a well known local group who have travelled widely and well beyond these shores to entertain with their lively fiddle music. Glen Cunningham the young tenor will also perform two solos with the choir.
All proceeds will go to charities supported by the Rotary Club of Inverness. The Rotary Club of Inverness raises thousands of pounds each year for local charities and Rotary’s own international charities. Last Year the club gave funds to dozens of charities including Archies, CHAS, Children First, Highland Hospice as well as Rotary’s international appeals to eradicate Polio and provide Shelter Boxes to disaster zones. The club also support a wide range of community activities such as Kids Out ( a day out for needy children ), Christmas Parcels for OAP’s in need, a Primary School Quiz and leadership training for teenagers to name only a few of the very worthwhile activities Rotarians support.