ROYAL CONSERVATOIRE OF SCOTLAND VOICES
RCS Voices was established at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2014 by its founder and director Tim Dean to give performing opportunities to talented young singers. The ensemble can vary in size and nature according to repertoire, and is designed to explore music from all periods.
The group gave its first public performances in Glasgow in 2015, and shortly after was invited to participate in the Cottiers Chamber Music Project, which was recorded and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Also in 2015, the ensemble made its Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) debut as the chorus in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, under whom it performed in the EIF’s 2019 production of Götterdämmerung alongside the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
RCS Voices has appeared at St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, and the St Magnus International and Aberdeen International Youth Festivals. The ensemble also frequently appears with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Dausgaard.
For more information, visit www.rcs.ac.uk.