New Choir Members Welcome
This is the website of Motherwell Diocesan Choir. We sing at many of the major services held in Motherwell Cathedral and across the Diocese. You will also find some of the choir singing at the 5.30pm Vigil Mass on Saturdays.
The Motherwell Diocesan Choir is directed by John Pitcathley, and conducted by Des McLean.
Praise the Lord! Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the assembly of the godly! Psalm 149:1
Choir Engagements (May be subject to change)
The choir will provide the music for the KHS Mass of Our Lady of Palestine in Motherwell Cathedral
The choir will perform the Requiem by Gabriel Faure within the context of a programme entitled In Memoriam, an evening of music dedicated to The Holy Souls. Admission Free. All Welcome
29th October 2022
11th November 2022
Christmas Carol Concerts 2022
14th December 2022 07:30pm St Mary's Larkhall
18th December 2022 07:30pm St Bride's East Kilbride
20th December 2022 07:30pm The Cathedral Motherwell
Sunday 1st March.
Tuesday 7th April. 7.00pm
Thursday 9th April.
If you were inspired to consider joining us after our carol services, see below
We are currently seeking new choir members, especially, Alto, Tenor and Bass. Contact us now to find out more.
This will not impact on your current commitments to Sunday choirs. Rehearsals are held Cathedral Primary School, Motherwell, Wednesdays, 7.30pm from August until end June.
New members always welcome.
Sunday 15th December : St.Leonard's. EastKilbride.
Monday 16th December :
St. Andrews's Airdrie. 7.30pm
Wednesday 18th December:
Our Lady of Good Aid Cathedral. Motherwell :
Sunday 22nd December :
St. Athanasius' Carluke:
Video clip above is best heard through ear or headphones. A few short soundbites from the concert. Apologies for shaky video. It was recorded on a mobile phone from the rear of the church, unfortunately quite a distance from the choir. Thank you for taking the time to watch. If this inspires you, please feel free to contact us as we are especially seeking Tenor, Bass and Alto singers. The clip was taken on the 16th May, 2018 at our Choral Classics for a Spring Evening concert.