The popular Caledonian Voices choir will be bringing their festive show to Stonelaw Church this Friday (December 19).
It’s the third year in a row that the choir will be appearing at Stonelaw, with all the funds raised on the night going towards a good cause too, in the shape of the Cambuslang and Rutherglen Reachout Trust.
Caledonian Voices consists of singers who are either embarking on a professional career or who are still studying at university, but want to keep singing in a chamber choir.
It’s the brainchild of Calum Fraser and former Stonelaw High pupil Andrew McTaggart, who used to stay near Dryburgh Avenue.
The programme will provide plenty of festive favourites that are guaranteed to get the Christmas spirit going.
Earlier this year Andrew told the Reformer: “This is the third one we’ve done at Stonelaw and we’re just sorting out the programme.
“There’s some classical music, there’s some sing-a-long carols and if you like the traditional Christmas feel then there’s candles, the church is lit in a really nice way and there’s mulled wine and shortbread at the interval. “It’s a lovely evening.” The concert will also ensure funds are raised for the Reachout Trust, the group that tries to help children and teenagers experience the Christian faith in a positive way.
Andrew was involved with the charity in the past and is happy to help them out with the concert.
Andrew added: “I remembered going along to a few events when I was younger and it’s good to come back and raise some money for them.
On song Andrew McTaggart (front• with the Caledonian Voices choir