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Platform Singers Choir **NOW RUNNING ONLINE**

17 Jan 2020 → 26 Jun 2020
Fridays, 4pm
All ages

Platform Singers Choir is now taking place online every Friday afternoon at 4pm via Zoom.

Would you like to join? If so or if you would like more information, please email info@platform-online.co.uk for details.

You can read more about the choir below and an interview with our choir leader Rachel - please note that any references to the building/group meetings were pre-lockdown when we were open.


Our community choir is a fun, relaxed and informal group for those wanting to sing together and meet new people. Led by a professional singer, the group is a friendly bunch and always looking for members of all ages and abilities to get involved – no previous experience is required. There is a social element to the session with a chat before the choir part starts. There are also other benefits related to singing including helping with breathing techniques, improving your posture, lowering stress levels and providing a bit of a work out!

The event is free and there is need to book - just drop in. Please meet in The Bridge Cafe bar on arrival before heading to a private room for the session.

You can read an interview with our choir leader Rachel HERE.

Ann Marie, from Barlanark, who attends the choir really sings its praises (no pun intended!):

“I’d been looking for something to get involved in and heard about the choir. I came along to try it out – I’m not a singer, but you don’t have to be to join. The group is friendly, fun and relaxed – it really does give you the feel good factor and I’ve met lots of new people.”

“Rachel, the choir leader, teaches breathing techniques and it’s amazing the difference it makes. If you are thinking about giving something new a chance then I’d definitely recommend coming along and trying it out”.

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Free - drop in, no need to book

If you have any questions please contact Anna at anna@platform-online.co.uk


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