Sing in the City Choirs
Whether you are looking to join a choir or a singing for fun group, to start a work place choir or to hire our MD, the band or the Aw Blacks you have come to the right place.
Sing in the City was started in 2010. We pride ourselves on our fantastic choirs, our amazing shows, the amount of money we raise for charity and the corporate work and events we cater for.
Photos: Colin Hattersley
Choirs For Everyone
Our choir members range from 18 to 80 and they join for many reasons: stressful job, illness, making friends and a love of music.
There are choirs in Edinburgh, Musselburgh, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy.
The social aspect at Sing in the City is huge, if you wish to take part in it. Members have made friends, improved their voices and their confidence has grown while they have been a member of our singing family.
Kirsty, Annette & The Band
Kirsty Baird and Annette Hanley are the Musical Directors of Sing in the City and are singer songwriters and musicians. They are very passionate about music and Sing in the City.
Their band provides the backing for all the Sing in the City events and are also the same musicians that perform in Hanley and the Baird. They showcase the girls' writing and performance skills.
Local Heros: Kirsty and Annette nominated for Edinburgh Local Hero Award - see all the nominees and read the details in the Edinburgh Evening News Article.
Monday Interview: Kirsty interviewed in the Scotsman as part of their 'Monday Interview' series. Read the full article here.
Cloud 9s Begin: Introducing the brand new Sing In The City IX in Kircaldy - Fife Today.
Chorus Award Winner 2015: Kirsty and Annette win the Inspirational Award category of the Hands Up For Trad Chorus Awards 2015 - read the interview in Scotland Sings.
Super Choirmaster: Kirsty interviewed in the Daily Record about Sing In The City. Daily Record Article.
Sixers Launched: New Trinity Sing In The City Choir launches - see the Edinburgh Evening News Piece.
Flash Mob Proposal: Man proposes with a Sing In The City flashmob at Edinburgh Airport. Read all about it in the Scotsman Article.
Friends of Goboti Appeal: Sing In The City and Dragon Races raise money for the Friends of Goboti Appeal which provides education and poverty relief in South Africa's Eastern Cape. See the Article.
Maggies's Cancer Fund & Radio Lollipop: Sing In The City take on a 30 mile cycle and 23 mile hike in Fort William. Read the article in the Scotsman.
Sell Out Gigs: Sing In The City sell out two 500-tciket gigs at Pilrig's StPaul's Church and the George Square Lecture Theatre. See the details in the Scotsman.