Ensembles

The King's Philharmonic Wind Orchestra

The King's Philharmonic Wind Orchestra

The King's Philharmonic Wind Orchestra is an auditioned ensemble based in Aberdeen, Scotland and is open to all professionally-aspiring musicians. They present a challenging repertoire of orchestral and opera classics, wind orchestra originals, as well as commissioned compositions in Aberdeen, Scotland, as well as on tour.

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King’s Studio Orchestra

The King's Studio Orchestra is the new professional ensemble in the North East of Scotland. Selecting members by invitation only, they strive to perform music to the very highest level. Drawing from the vast network of contemporary composers, the King’s Studio Orchestra take pride in shaping the contemporary classical music scene here in Scotland, and in Germany, moving it to the future.

The Braeside Singers

The Braeside Singers

Founded only in 2018, The Braeside Singers are a community choir open without audition for everyone. Members have a variety of personal and musical backgrounds, we aim to explore a wide range of genres and provide singers with a fun and enjoyable experience. The choir rehearse weekly on Tuesdays 6.30pm in the Airyhall Library, Aberdeen.

 

A²+B & Friends

The community choir is made up of employees of Anderson, Anderson & Brown LLP, Aberdeen, friends and family, as well as members of the Prime Four Business Park. We are thrilled to once again be taking part in VSA's 'Sing Sing Sing!' to raise money for mental health services in the North East of Scotland.

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Northern Voices

This choir is a group of about twenty friends who have been singing together for years and have in the past worked with conductors from the University of Aberdeen. Under the direction of Tobias Wolf, Northern Voices explore a range of choral repertoire, including composers with a connection to Aberdeen.