Music Classes: Platform Singers

Fri 19 Apr → 21 Jun 2024 | 2.30pm - 4pm
16yrs +

Platform Singers 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. 

The group meet every Friday afternoon at 2.30pm - there is a social part to the session with a catch up and chat before the singing starts - this kicks off at 2.30pm for around 20/30 minutes and joining in with this is entirely optional.

No previous experience is required - beginners welcome. The choir takes place within a private space within our building.

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

Please email tickets@platform-online.co.uk if you have any questions or need more information.

You can read an interview with our choir leader Rachel about her recent run in Scottish Opera's Carmen HERE and check out some of her tips below left. 

Additional info

Friday 19 April – 21 June 2024

2.30pm - 4pm


These classes are offered on a Pay-What-You-Like basis, where you decide what to pay.  As a guide, we recommend a payment of £5 per class. Activities are booked as a full block and a taster session may be available (dependent on availability) if you wish to try a class first - to enquire about a taster session please email tickets@platform-online.co.uk

Pay online or at the class itself in cash (we have a donations box to drop payment into) or by card - you can either pay for the full block up front or pay each week.  Please note you must pre book your space before attending - please do not attend until you have booking confirmation.

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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