HarmonyChoir is a group of singers, some of whom have experience of mental health symptoms (i.e. just like everybody else!). We were brought together to enjoy singing, enjoy each other’s company, and reduce the stigma that is so often associated with mental illness in our society.
Please note that we don’t expect to resume normal rehearsals until some time in 2021. Meanwhile we are meeting, having fun, singing and even learning new songs on regular Zoom sessions on a Monday evening.
Don’t worry if you missed our Christmas Bubble Concert, on Monday 21st December 2020, it is still available on our Facebook page.
We did the concert in aid of Health in Mind, donations for them can be made at our JustGiving page.
The concert included our Christmas Video of the choir singing A Very little Christmas – check it out on our YouTube Channel.
As a not-for profit organisation, we support various local and national charities including Health in Mind, SAMH, Bethany Trust, The Trussell Trust, St Columba’s Hospice and St Catharine’s Homeless Project. To date we have helped raise £7,800.
There is more information about the choir in the About page, and if you wish to make an enquiry about trying us out, joining the choir, or asking us to sing at an event, the contact details are in the Contact Us page.
Members – the offer of a free online singing lesson is still open to all!
See Gail Porter’s BAFTA Scotland 2020 Award Winning documentary featuring Harmony Choir