The Renaissance Singers started out as an early music group affiliated to the Music Society in
the mid-1960s and began performing in public in 1967-68. It currently numbers about thirty
singers, made up of students and staff of the university, as well as people from the wider
Edinburgh community. It has introduced Scottish audiences to many works, such as the Requiems
of Victoria and Cardoso, and regularly mounts reconstructions of major ceremonial occasions in
collaboration with members of the Scottish Gabrieli Ensemble and the Squair Mile Consort,
performing on period instruments.
Tours have been undertaken to Greece, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, France, Switzerland, Germany, the Scottish Highlands, Estonia and Spain. Discussion for possible host countries for 2019 are underway.
Victoria's final composition and a work of transcendent beauty - EURS present one of the masterworks of the Spanish Renaissance.
£10 (£8 students)