Sing with us

Join the Choir

If you’d like to join Glasgow’s flagship choir, we’d love to hear from you!

What are the benefits of singing with us?

  • We have lots of fun singing and its a way of making new friends! We all experience lots of positivity from singing and from being part of a group of talented singers.
  • We produce high quality musical events and perform with professional orchestras.
  • We sing a varied repertoire. Come and perform the classics and we’ll also surprise you with music that you won’t experience elsewhere.
  • We sing in Glasgow’s main concert halls: the City Halls and the Royal Concert Hall. We also sing in the beautiful acoustics of Paisley Abbey and Hyndland Parish Church (now renamed Kingsborough Sanctuary). We do get out and about into local communities – spreading the choral music experience to a wide range of audiences from Troon to Comrie, Dunoon, Dunblane, Helensburgh and beyond.
  • We raise money for charities through our concerts.
  • We get opportunities to do foreign concert tours.

Experiences of singing with the Chorus

Join Us

We have a lot to offer in return for your commitment and musicianship. All we ask is that you have a good voice, can follow your part in a vocal score with reasonable proficiency and preferably have previous choral experience.

Soprano,tenors and basses

We are happy to accept new members at any point throughout the year. At the moment, we have vacancies for sopranos, tenors and basses. Our alto section is currently full.

Our Chorus has Variety

We have a wide range of age groups and we’d like to welcome singers from all communities and backgrounds.

Like to become part of this?

If you would like to become part of this successful and ambitious ensemble, please get in touch

Where to find us

We rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9:30pm at the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow’s city centre.

Entry is by the James Weir Building, which is situated halfway down Montrose Street.

To find our rehearsal Room RC512, go up one flight of stairs (or to Level 2 if you take the lift), turn left and left again into the Royal College building (signposted Engineering Faculty Office). Follow the corridor all the way along towards the front of the building, then continue following the corridor to the right, past the big main double staircase. The entrance to RC512 is then on the left, a couple of doors past the stairs.