To your rude health!

Dram! 232-246 Woodlands Road

Experience the raucous world of 17th-18th century drinking songs with iuchair. From sacred to profane, enjoy the coarse catches of Henry Purcell and his contemporaries, with a pint in hand! Transport yourself back to an era where music and merriment were inextricably linked. But be warned, these bawdy songs are not for the faint-hearted!

£5 – £10

From Classic to Pop – A choral celebration!

St John's Renfield Church 22 Beaconsfield Road

Join the world-renowned City of Glasgow Chorus singing music from Verdi’s Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves to Eva Cassidy’s haunting Autumn Leaves. Featuring music from classical to pop, this concert has something for all the family to enjoy.

£6 – £12.50

Cathures Chamber Choir

Kelvinside Parish Church Observatory Road

Renowned Glasgow-based chamber choir Cathures returns to fill the wondrous acoustics of Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church.


Concert for a Summer Evening by The Cantabile Ensemble at GU Chapel

University Of Glasgow Memorial Chapel 1 The Square, University Avenue

The Cantabile Ensemble is pleased to present a Concert for a Summer Evening . We perform a range of repertoire, from classical to modern, folk to film music and of course, some of the Scottish classics. This will be our 4th appearance at WestFest and we are delighted to share our love of music with […]


Music for Nostre Dame: Machaut and Poulenc

University Of Glasgow Memorial Chapel 1 The Square, University Avenue

Renowned vocal ensemble iuchair’s new concert programme pairs two  masterpieces of French medieval and modern polyphony: Guillaume de Machaut’s Messe de Nostre Dame and Francis Poulenc’s Quatre petites prières de Saint François d’Assisse. Come hear Machaut’s chaotic counterpoint complemented by the luxuriant close harmony of Poulenc. A diverse programme of incredible music.

£6 – £15

Pergolesi Stabat Mater

Jordanhill Parish Church 28 Woodend Drive

Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater is a transcendently beautiful and deeply personal musical meditation on suffering and redemption. Performers: Jennifer Craig (soprano), Marion Ramsay (contralto), and Tiffany Vong (piano). This concert is part of the Jordanhill Parish Church concert series, with  proceeds from entry donations going to the church organ restoration fund. Donations Welcome.


Madrigirls and the Fenham Ensemble

University Of Glasgow Memorial Chapel 1 The Square, University Avenue

Glasgow Madrigirls are delighted to welcome the Fenham Ensemble, a mixed voice chamber choir from Newcastle- making their Glasgow debut! Together, we’ll be presenting a selection of choral music for a summer evening, including folk songs, contemporary choral works and glees - and joining forces for some joint items.


Voicebeat: Hope and Harmonies

Kibble Palace Glasshouse 730 Great Western Road

Voicebeat, Glasgow’s world music community choir, returns to the Kibble Palace with a feast of unaccompanied harmony songs from around the world. The theme is Hope, and the way singing can lift our spirits in the darkest of times. Free entry with donations to Refuweegee. Refreshments, merchandise and tombola. Donations welcome.


The Mackintosh Choir Summer Concert

St John's Renfield Church 22 Beaconsfield Road

Our summer concert is a lovely mix of classical and popular music with something for everyone. It features music by classical composers from Bruckner to Verdi; modern composers from Bob Chilcott to John Rutter; some well-loved Scottish pieces and the world premiere of the “Credo” from the Tango Mass by Au Arias our musical director. […]

Free – £10

Close Shave Chorus in Concert

The Watson Auditorium The Glasgow Academy, Colebrooke Street

Come and enjoy an evening of song with Scotland’s best-loved male voice a cappella chorus at their annual concert. Winners at the Glasgow Music Festival and at the Derry International Choral Festival, and soon to be performing on tour in Verona, Italy later this summer. Their harmonies and arrangements of popular songs have entertained audiences […]


Choral Music for the Solstice

University Of Glasgow Memorial Chapel 1 The Square, University Avenue

Celebrate the longest day with a late-night concert of choral music including Herbert Howell’s beautiful setting of the Requiem and highlights of our upcoming tour to Northern Ireland.


Delaware Women’s Chorus, Wilmington

St. Bride's Church 69 Hyndland Road

“Songs of Strength, Hope and Unity” Presented by Delaware Women’s Chorus Hailing from four different US States and representing a wide variety of ethnicities, life styles and abilities, this entertaining ensemble presents a programme showcasing the wide spectrum of music written specifically for women’s voices, highlighting the vast range of human emotion and experience found […]