Inverness Choral Society is the largest choir in the Highlands of Scotland and draws singers from a wide area around Inverness.  The Choral Society presents two main concerts every year, in Spring and Autumn. These usually take place at the impressive Eden Court Theatre in Inverness, and the concerts attract large audiences. The Inverness Choral Sinfonia frequently joins us in performances of the major choral works as well as lesser known choral music. Professional soloists always enjoy singing with us, whether they are well known names or talented singers at the start of their careers.

The conductor of the Inverness Choral Society is GORDON TOCHER and the accompanist is Sheila Bruce.  

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If you enjoyed the Choral's recent spring concert, or were unable to be there, there is a lunchtime concert by the Choral Society on Saturday 14th May at the Old High Church in Inverness at 12 noon. A lovely selection of choral pieces will include 2 items from the Faure 'Requiem', 2 from Rutter's, 'Feel the Spirit', " Cantique de Jean Racine" by Faure, Elgar's Ave Verum, and 'As torrents in Summer', and choruses from Haydn's 'Creation' and Mendelssohn's 'Elijah'. Angus Bethune will also play some organ pieces.