The Russian Choir is an a cappella choir. They sings unaccompanied music from the Russian repertoire: music for Russian Orthodox services and well know Russian folk songs. The choir is based in Glasgow, Scotland and it has performed on a national and international base.
It made 2 public appearances before the end of 2004, and has continued performing regularly since then, both in Eastwood and beyond. More recently, some well-known Russian folksongs have been added to the repertoire, and performed in concert.
This beautiful passionate music is a joy to sing, and has given huge enjoyment to those who have listened to it. Vladimir Morozov, their artistic director and conductor, has brought and taught them all this music, making for a very rewarding experience for choir members and audience alike.