Friends of the Byre: Swilcan Singers

The Swilcan Singers, a well-established local ladies choir, lead this evening of song with a wide variety of musical genres to suit all tastes.

Friends of the Byre: Swilcan Singers

About Friends of the Byre: Swilcan Singers

12th September 2019
7.30pm
The Byre Theatre St Andrews
University of St Andrews Abbey Street , St Andrews KY16 9LA
£10 / £9 for FOB Members
Call 01334475000
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The Swilcan Singers, a well-established local ladies choir, lead this evening of song with a wide variety of musical genres to suit all tastes. The choir entertain regularly around NE Fife and have performed for several years at The Fife Festival of Music in the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy. The concert also features other guest entertainers and the proceeds for the evening will be shared between Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Scotland and Friends of the Byre. Conductor: Joyce McIver.

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