Findlay Peters and Sandy Ronnie 
Sunday 18th August 2024,
2.00 pm
St. Michael's Parish Church, Linithgow


We are delighted to welcome Baritone, Findlay Peters from Glasgow to sing for us in St. Michael's.  Findlay studies at RCS. He has recently won the Conservatoire's Molly Mae singing competition and has an excellent developing voice. "He has a voice that can only be described as enchanting and mesmerizing - when Findlay sings you don’t want him to stop.” (BBC Radio 3, 2022). He describes himself as an" Opera, oratorio, concert, event singer, recital singer and Vocal Coach".

 The accompanist is Sandy Ronnie.

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Ireland:      Sea Fever and Spring Sorrow
Italian:       Bella Sicome, Vaga Luna, Alma del Core, Si Trai Ceppi
Scottish:    Loch Lomond, Ae Fond Kiss, My Love is like a Red, Red Rose
                 Wild Mountain Thyme

Finzi:         Fear no More, Rollicum Rorum
Schubert:   Nacht Une Traume
Mozart:      Non pui Andrei
Copeland:  Simple Gifts
V.Williams: Whither must I Wander
Popular:     My Way, Can’t Help Falling in Love, Moon River

Findlay Peters
Findlay's desire to share his passion for music with others led him to founding the all-boys Chamber Choir and Folk Group at his school. He was able to use music to organise various concerts, school shows and independent schools young musician competitions, in the process raising no less than £35,000 for charities such as Diabetes UK and Revive Multiple Sclerosis.

Findlay joined the Junior Conservatoire of Scotland Saturday School in 2021, where he studied Piano and Voice. It was as a result of receiving such wonderful tutorship there, and accessing experiences such as making an appearance on BBC1 on Christmas Day, that he decided to invest fully in a career in music. Since moving to Glasgow in September 2023, he has been selected to be part of Scottish Opera’s Young Company 2023-24, has participated in the Conservatoire’s opera performance (Massenet’s Cendrillon), and has performed as a soloist at the Glasgow Bach Cantata Project.

Once Findlay Graduates from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2027 he is
planning on doing His Master's degree in one of the world leading opera cities
such as Vienna, Germany or London.