About the poem – The Wreck of the Hesperus

The Wreck of the Hesperus Illustration by John Gilbert “The Wreck of the Hesperus” is a narrative poem by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, first published in Ballads and Other Poems in 1842. It is a story that presents the tragic consequences of a sea captain’s pride. On an ill-fated voyage in winter, he brings … More About the poem – The Wreck of the Hesperus

Join us………

Join us…… We’re always looking for voices to swell our sound across all parts. It’s not too late to learn the items for our concert in May. We meet in Greyfriars Parish Church, Lanark on Monday’s at 7.30pm. Our conductor and musical director is Leon Reimer and he’d be delighted to see you. #sing #happy … More Join us………

Sing for Shelter — Alex Woolf

http://alex-woolf.com/singforshelter Sing for Shelter is an ambitious project taking place throughout 2019, bringing together choirs and singers across the UK with one common goal: to help combat the homelessness crisis we face. The Lanark Choral are pleased to be taking part in this project and will be learning Alex’s song and uploading our video soon! … More Sing for Shelter — Alex Woolf

Rehearsal tonight

Hello folks, Hope you’re all looking forward to tonight’s rehearsal when we continue looking at The Wreck of the Hesperus and Songs of the Fleet We should have some new music coming soon for our programme for May’s concert.

Baritone Soloist announced for Spring Concert

Announcing Andrew McTaggart as our Baritone soloist for our Spring Concert on 28th April Andrew McTaggart graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow in 2012, where he attended the Alexander Gibson Opera School. Notable concert engagements include Mozart Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall, London and the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, Belshazzar’s Feast with … More Baritone Soloist announced for Spring Concert

Concert announced for December 2017

We’re pleased to announce that our December concert will be held inn the refurbished Greyfriars Church on Friday 1st December at 7.30pm.   Tickets will be on sale soon and from members from Monday 13th November.  Tickets will be priced £10.00.  Refreshments with wine and soft drinks with canapes will be served at the interval.