Since its foundation in 1858, the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union has established itself as one of Edinburgh’s most versatile and engaging choral societies, playing a significant part in the musical life of Scotland.

As well as giving the first Scottish performances of many works, including Bach’s B Minor Mass, the choir performed at the opening of the Usher Hall in 1914 and has worked with orchestras such as the Hallé, the Royal Philharmonic, the London Symphony, the Vienna Philharmonic, the BBC Scottish Symphony, the Scottish Chamber and the Royal Scottish National under such legendary figures as Sir Henry Wood, Sir Thomas Beecham, Otto Klemperer and Sir Adrian Boult.

We meet at Augustine United Church, Edinburgh on Tuesday evenings from 7.30-9.45pm.

For more information, visit the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union website and Facebook page or email: [email protected]