Aberdeen Bach Choir

Aberdeen Bach Choir
Musical Director Paul Tierney
Aberdeen Sinfonietta
Leader Bryan Dargie

Sunday 28 April 2024
Aberdeen Music Hall


J.S. Bach Mass in B Minor

Aberdeen Bach Choir Bach B Minor Mass 28 April 2024 Music Hall Aberdeen


Elinor Rolfe Johnson - Soprano
Tom Lilburn - Countertenor
Nathan Vale - Tenor
Jerome Knox - Baritone

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Choir rehearsals for our April concert continue on Tuesday 5th March 2024 in Hillside Parish Church.

Detailed work on ‘Gratias agimus tibi’ (p. 61)
Detailed work on ‘Kyrie’ (p. 7)
Detailed work on ‘Credo’ (p. 114)
Detailed work on ‘Qui tollis’ (p. 75) and further work on Osanna (p. 217)

Welcome to Aberdeen Bach Choir’s website. We are a friendly, non-auditioning, mixed-voice choir, open to anyone aged 15 or over. Established for over 65 years, we have become one of the city’s most respected amateur choirs, performing a wide range of sacred choral music, with an emphasis on the works of J.S. Bach. We usually perform two concerts each year, in April and December, with professional soloists and musicians.

Angela Slater, ChairAngela Slater, Chair

We can no longer accept new members to sing in our April performance. If you are interested in singing with us in December, follow the How to Join link.


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Aberdeen Bach Choir is a proud supporter of Big Noise Torry, which uses music to help address complex social challenges including poor academic attainment, health and wellbeing inequalities and low levels of aspiration.

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Choir Photograph 7 November 2023


December 2023 Lux Aeterna

Aberdeen Bach Choir with Kamil Mika (organ), Alison MacDonald (cello) and soloists Heather Ireson (mezzo soprano) and Arthur Bruce (baritone) performed Lux Aeterna, a programme of French sacred music, in St Machar's Cathedral on Saturday 2 December 2023.

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Aberdeen Bach Choir
Scottish Registered Charity Number SC008609

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