Ace Chorus Entertains 2018

Ace concert 2018Ace is delighted to donate £1467 to the Glasgow Taxi Outing FundOur 2018 concert was held on Saturday 17 November 2018 in the SEC Armadillo, Glasgow.


Over 100 choir members were accompanied by a live orchestra presented an evening of nostalgia with songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s, including songs from musicals Chicago, Les Misérables and West Side Story.


Following the concert, ACEChorus was delighted to donate £1,467 to their chosen charity, the Glasgow Taxi Outing Fund.



ACE Chorus Entertains, 2017

ACE Concert 2017

ACEChorus was delighted to donate £1,312 to Playlist for Life following our 2017 Concert.


Songs performed on the night included Luck Be a Lady from Guys and Dolls, Endless Love by Lionel Ritchie, Goldfinger, an ABBA Medley, Tonight from West Side Story, Master of the House from Les Misérables, Superstar from Jesus Christ Superstar and many more.


Summer Sing, 4 June 2017

Kelvingrove Art Gallery performanceOn Sunday 4 June, members from ACEchorus gave a free public performance of a number of songs at Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.


If you missed us, or you'd like to see more we will be performing in the Gallery again on Sunday 25 June.


ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2016

2016 concert

Our 2016 concert was held on Saturday 12 November. Songs performed included; That's Entertainment, I Love Paris, Love Medley, Nothing Like A Dame, Strangers In The Night, Without You, Moon River, Masquerade, I Will Wait For You, Enjoy Being A Girl, Mandy, I Just Called, People's Song and finished with a rousing Grease medley.


All proceeds form the concert will go to the charity SAHM (the Scottish Association for Mental Health).


Members of ACEchorus Support Barry Manilow

ACEchous in red robes ready for concertIt took ACEchorus all of two seconds to accept an invitation to appear in Barry Manilow's farewell concert at the Glasgow Hydro on Tuesday 14 June 2016. How could we refuse?


Three songs and three rehearsals later we gathered at the main entrance to the venue to be met by Frank Duggan, their Liaison and Hospitality Exec.


ACE performing at Kelvingrove Art GalleryA rehearsal studio was set aside for us and we quickly made ourselves at home. To calm our mounting excitement we launched into our warm-up with the three finale numbers. No time to get nervous as we were then escorted to the main arena for positioning and a work-out for each song, with Kye.


Back to the studio to practise what we should be doing over and over again till we finally got it right. Frank came to give us all our vivid red performing robes and a few minutes later we were back stage, and the biggest thrill of our lives was about to begin.


ACE performing at Kelvingrove Art GalleryThe Finale music filled the Auditorium and we were ON! What a noise! What an atmosphere! What a thrill!




"It's a Miracle, such a Spectacle, Oo Oo, baby it's you. Whoo!"


ACEchorus had lived the dream.


You can view a clip from the concert on Youtube.


ACEchous in red robes ready for concert

Summer Sing, 5 June 2016

On Sunday 5 June 2016 the Summer Singers from ACEchorus performed in Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.

ACE performing at Kelvingrove Art GalleryACE performing at Kelvingrove Art Gallery

ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2015

2015 concertOur 2015 concert was held on 14 November in the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow. Songs performed included I Got Rhythm from Crazy For You, My Heart Will Go On from Titanic, Memory from Cats and Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah.


The final total donated to Royal Blind, including the bucket collection on the night, personal donations, and a further fund raising event was £2,100.80.



ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2014

2014 concertOur 2014 concert was held on 15 November in the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow. Songs performed included Circle of Life from The Lion King, Cabaret from Cabaret, Movie in my Mind from Miss Saigon, Rhythm of Life from Sweet Charity and a rousing rendition of When The Saints Go Marching In.


Following the concert, ACE donated £1,600 to Elipepsy Scotland.



ACE Chorus Publicity Performance, 24 May 2014

Some members of ACE Chorus performed at the Silverburn Shopping Centre in Glasgow on 24 May 2014.

ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2013

2012 concertOur 2013 concert was held on 16 November in The Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow. This year ACE Chorus was supporting MYeloma UK and following the concert, which included songs from Les Miserables and Evita, we were delighted to donate £2,187 to the charity.




Read the NODA Review.

Night of 100 Voices, March 2013

2012 concertACE Chorus was invited to sing in Wallneuk North Church's Centenary celebration Night of 100 Voices on Friday 17 March 2013. You can read a review of the evening on Wallneuk North's website.


ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2012

2012 concertThe concert ACE Chorus Entertains staged on 17 November 2012 was a huge success and some of the tributes received can be read on the Press page. Our chosen charity this year was The Eileen McCallum Trust which helps families affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Eileen McCallum attended the concert and spoke on stage about the work of the Trust. After the concert we were delighted to be able to donate £2,250 to the Trust.



ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2009

2009 concertACE Chorus Entertains was staged on 14 November 2009 in The Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow in support of Parkinson's Disease Society Scotland, after which £2,000 was donated to the charity.


The concert, which featured songs from shows including Another Openin' Another Show, Bali Hai, Rhythm of Life, One Day More and Do You Hear The People Sing? along with a James Bond Medley and an ABBA Medley, to name just a few, was a great success and enjoyed by both audience and singers alike.


ACE was celebrating its 10th birthday and the Company enjoyed a big birthday cake backstage.



ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2008

2011 concertACE Chorus Entertains, in support of Alzheimer Scotland, took place on 15 November 2008 in The Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow.


The concert, which featured songs from shows including Calamity Jane, Oklahoma, Chess, Cole Porter, 42nd Street and Phantom of the Opera, was a huge success and we were very happy to make a donation of £3,000 to Alzheimer Scotland.



ACE Chorus Entertains, November 2007

2011 concertACE Chorus Entertains was staged in the Armadillo on Saturday 17 November 2007.  An evening of music and song which was very much enjoyed by both the audience and performers. Following the concert, a total of £1,883 was donated to The British Heart Foundation Scotland. ACE chorus was invited to sing in George Square, Glasgow at the switching on of the Christmas Lights on Sunday 18 November - a great experience!



Rhythm of Life, November 2006

2011 concertOn Saturday 18 November 2006, ACE staged its seventh concert Rhythm of Life in the Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, in support of the Intensive Care Department of Glasgow's Yorkhill Hospital, in front of an audience of 1,400.


A wonderful evening of songs and music, including musicals, opera and pop, was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience, and the ACE chorus and 40-piece orchestra.


ACE was joined by its guests, members of the Douglas Academy Junior Choir, who delighted everyone with their fantastic performances of songs from Whistle Down the WindThe Prince of Egypt and Me and My Girl.


Donna Hazelton returned this year as our host, and once again thrilled the audience by singing two songs.



ACE Sings for New Struan, 2005

2011 concertACE staged its sixth annual concert (Musicals for All) in The Clyde Auditorium (SECC), Glasgow on 19 November 2005 in support of New Struan in Alloa - a newly built school for children with autism, from all over Scotland.


It was a wonderful evening of music and song thoroughly enjoyed by both performers and audience alike. The fabulous 40-piece orchestra provided a superb accompaniment to the marvellous sound of the 140 singers.


Our host for the evening was Channel 4 Musicality winner, Donna Hazelton, and she delighted everyone by singing two songs.



The Best of ACE, 2004

2004 concertACE returned to The Clyde Auditorium (The Armadillo) to stage this year's concert which was a selection of favourite numbers from the previous four years. It was an excellent programme, providing a good balance between chorus and solo numbers, and new and not so new musicals. It would be wrong to single out individual numbers for special praise when every number was performed so well. The chorus looked and sounded stunning!


Great credit also to the members of the Artistic Concert Experiences orchestra who were integral to the success of the concert. MC for the evening was Neil Mudie, who provided excellent continuity. As well as giving tremendous enjoyment to chorus and audience alike, ACE raises a considerable amount of money for charity.


We were delighted to be able to donate £3,000 between the two charties, Diabetes UK and Sense Scotland.


ACE Presents Cheque to Breat Cancer Care Scotland

2004 concert

Following the success of our 2003 concert, ACE had the pleasure of presenting a cheque for £6,100 to Margaret Bisset (centre) of Breast Cancer Care Scotland.


The presentation was made by the Directors, Richard Johnston and Rona McKenzie, with members of ACE looking on.

Musicals for All, December 2003

2011 concertOn 14 December 2003 Musicals for All, staged in the Armadillo, SECC, Glasgow, was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by both performers and audience. There were over 160 singers on stage accompanied by the Musicals for All 40-piece orchestra, performing songs and choruses in front of the audience of 1,800 people.


Our host was once again Alasdair Harvey from London's West End and recently River City, and as well as compering the show, he sang two songs - This is the Moment and Empty Chairs at Empty Tables.


This year ACE was supporting Breast Cancer Care Scotland.


Once again ACE has been invited to take part in the professional concert West End & Broadway in the Armadillo on 14 February 2004.



Musicals for All, November 2002

2011 concertIn November 2002 ACE staged two concerts over one weekend. On Saturday 16th the concert was held in The City Hall, Glasgow and on Sunday 17th in The Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh. Both concerts enjoyed sell-out audiences and were hosted by Neil Mudie who was a full-time reporter with BBC Reporting Scotland for several years. This weekend of Musicals for All was a wonderfully enjoyable experience for both singers and audiences.


We wish to thank all those who contributed, helping us raise a total of £4,500 which has been donated to CHAS the Childrens' Hospice Association Scotland.



Musicals for All, November 2001

2011 concertOn 17 November 2001 the second Musicals For All was staged, again in The City Hall, Glasgow, in front of a capacity audience of 1,100.


The concert was hosted by Alasdair Harvey - the original Beast in Beauty and the Beast in London's West End - and he sang two songs during the evening. Much to our delight, we were able to donate over £3,000 to the charity Scottish Prostate Cancer Support Group.



Musicals for All, October 2000

2011 concertOn 7 October 2000 the first ACE concert under the title Musicals For All was held in The City Hall, Glasgow.