ONE of Scotland’s leading city choirs will be visiting Helensburgh this weekend to perform a range of much-loved classical choral works.

The City of Glasgow Chorus is in concert at St Michael and All Angels Church in William Street on Saturday, March 7 at 7pm.

Their programme includes Faure’s Requiem and a selection of choral classics.

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Founded in 1983, the City of Glasgow Chorus’s members are all dedicated and talented singers and perform with professional musicians to a very high standard, while also making sure to have fun.

Their concert programme includes performances at venues all over the city, including the Royal Concert Hall, the City Halls and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, as well as ‘out of town’ dates in Largs, Saltcoats and Killearn to name but three.

The choir today has more than 100 members singing a wide range of musical genres, committed to performing less familiar pieces as well as the popular and well-loved choral works.

Tickets for Saturday’s concert (priced £10) are available in advance from the Scandinavian Shop in Sinclair Street, and at the door subject to availability.

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