Classic Music Live!: Scozzesi set for Falkirk concert

The next Classic Music Live! Falkirk concert, takes place this week – and it promises to be a show of wide interest.

By Allan Crow
Monday, 27th September 2021, 4:11 pm

Scozzesi perform at Falkirk Trinity Church on Friday after a last-minute cancellation thwarted previous plans to appear locally last year.

Scozzesi means Scottish Men in Italian and they consider themselves the last word in posh boy bands!

The line-up for the Falkirk show sees tenor Matthew Kimble replacing Roger Paterson who has had to travel to England for a three-month contract. Matthew has sung regularly with Scottish Opera and Scozzesi.

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Also performing are Christian Schneeberger (tenor) Phil Gault (baritone) Colin Murray (baritone) and Edward Cohen (accompanist) with the promise of a varied programme.

It will include will Nessun Dorma from Turandot, Do You Hear The People Sing from Les Miserables, The Piper O’ Dundee, and The Beatles’ favourite When I get Older.

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