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Music Classes: Platform Singers Online Choir

3 Sep 2021 → 17 Dec 2021
Fridays → 2.30pm - 4pm
16yrs +
Free

Our Platform Singers choir takes place online (via Zoom) every Friday afternoon at 2.30pm. There is a social part to the session with a catch up and chat before the choir part starts - this kicks off at 2.30pm and joining in on this is entirely optional.

Free to attend, the choir is a fun, relaxed and informal group for those wanting to sing and meet new people.

Led by a professional singer we are always looking for members of all ages and abilities to get involved – no previous experience is required.

Some benefits related to singing include helping with breathing techniques, improving posture, lowering stress levels and providing a bit of a work out!

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

You can read an interview with our choir leader Rachel HERE and check out some of her tips below left. Don’t forget to click on our Platform Singers video below, which was filmed during Zoom sessions over lockdown.

Platform Singers.mov from Platform Glasgow on Vimeo.

Dates and times
Fridays until 17 Dec 2021*
2.30pm - 4pm
Online via Zoom

*Please note the choir is not running on Friday 15th October.
Additional info

Marlene, member of Platform Singers Choir, said: “Being able to go on Zoom with the choir has been a positive thing for me. I’ve felt like part of a community. Being online isn’t as difficult as I imagined, and I’d say to anyone thinking of joining to give it a try.”

Image: Coulson & Tennant
Marlene (Image: Coulson & Tennant)

Choir leader Rachel said: “Singing is fun and social and can also help with breathing techniques, improving posture, lowering stress levels and providing a bit of a work out! 10 minutes of singing a day can help clear sinuses, improve posture and release endorphins - your happy hormones.”

“If you feel stressed, sing or hum your favourite song – it will also help to calm and steady your breath! A few fun tips to make you smile: whisper beep bop to yourself and repeat until you are no longer sad, pinch your nose closed and say sneep snoop then boop-dee-doop in a really deep voice”.

Rachel (Image: Iain McLean)
Rachel (Image: Iain McLean)



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