Cadenza performs concerts on behalf of charities as part of our choir year. These typically take place in Spring, and allow us to show off a lighter side of our repertoire while raising funds for deserving causes. 2019 was no exception, and across two concerts – one in Edinburgh, the other in Athelstaneford in East Lothian – we raised over £2000 split across four separate charities. If you’d like Cadenza to make a real impact to your fundraising, please get in touch!
At exactly 6.15pm yesterday (Monday 17th), John Brunning introduced the now annual Classic FM/Making Music Christmas collaboration to showcase “the most talented amateur musicians” in the UK. If you missed the live broadcast, you can catch up using the Classic FM player (we’re on about 1hr 11mins in) – but be quick, as it is only around for seven days!
Hot off the press, we are delighted to confirm that Cadenza has once again been selected as one for the final five Making Music groups to be broadcast on Classic FM Drive on Monday 17th December at around 6.15pm. The remaining four winners have not been publicly announced, but we are proud and delighted to be at least one ensemble … Read more
- tackle and enjoy music in a range of different styles, mostly a cappella
- read music
- memorise short pieces
- do individual work on repertoire between rehearsals, and
- commit to regular attendance.
If this sounds like you, you are most welcome to come to our Open Rehearsal on Wednesday 4 October 2017 at Broughton St Mary’s Church, Bellevue Crescent, EH3 6NE, from 7.30 to 9.45 pm.
Another very successful Fringe concert been and gone, and we’re still on a bit of high. We had a large and wonderful audience who seemed to be hanging so much on every note that you could almost hear a pin drop in the quieter passages, and then not only applauded with enormous enthusiasm but also cheered at the … Read more
Earlier this year, Making Music announced that they were looking for four new Board members, and that any member of a full member group could stand. They also particularly wished to encourage nominees based in Scotland, Northern Ireland or the South West, from vocal groups and, to achieve a gender- and age-balanced Board, they particularly … Read more