Join fellow musicians and singers from across the Archdiocese for our Music Day on Saturday 22 October.
It's for anyone interested or involved in music in the liturgy and it will help inspire a fresh outlook on liturgical music making for your parish. Register here.
There will be workshops on choir singing & organ/keyboard, sessions on planning music in your parish and a panel where you can ask your questions of the experts.
The day will end with rehearsals to play for Holy Mass at 3pm in St Margaret's Chapel (onsite), celebrated by Fr Jamie McMorrin.
The Music Day is led by:
- Michael Ferguson: Director of Music at St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, Associate Lecturer and Coordinator of Academic Music at St Andrews University.
- James Greechan: Choral Director for the Diocese of Motherwell and college organist at St Aloysius College in Glasgow.
We hope to encourage a wider culture of musicians in the Archdiocese to play and sing wonderful music that lifts the liturgy.
You don't have to be an expert to take part - even if you just enjoy singing from the pews you are warmly welcome!
Light lunch provided. Free parking onsite. Check-in from 10am on the day. Bring your instrument or arrive in good voice! Day organised by the Catechetics Commission of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh. Register here.