Aug 28

Edinburgh Fringe 2017 – InChorus ‘GET HAPPY!’ Review by Evelyn Denahy

Posted by Sal Brown

Singing and happiness. Two things that have been intrinsically linked since time began. We sing when we’re happy and singing makes us happy. But don’t just take my word for it. Neuroscience has proved that singing makes people happier, healthier, smarter and more creative. Every time a person sings, they fire up the…

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Aug 11

CarFest 2017 Review

Posted by Sal Brown

Car-acking Gig for InChorus The Main Stage music programme on the last day of CarFest North 2017 in Cheshire boasted a line-up of Dodgy, The Vamps, the Kaiser Chiefs, Texas, the Manic Street Preachers and, oh yes, InChorus. Announced by Chris Evans, the Peebles choir fitted nicely between Texas and the Manic Street…

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Nov 4

Singing for Celia by Martin Hannan

Posted by Sal Brown

Perhaps it was the high emotion of the occasion, but Peebles-based choir InChorus gave a truly memorable and inspired performance at their special concert in tribute to late founding member Celia Hayton which took place at the weekend. West Linton Primary School Hall was full to overflowing for the concert in tribute to…

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Sep 20

Wedding at Melrose Abbey – 20th August 2016

Posted by Sal Brown

Where to start! Oh my goodness, you were brilliant. What an AMAZING choir. You were absolutely terrific and totally made the service. That awful rain would have killed the day, but you were all so fabulous it made it not matter a bit. You were the talk of the reception and everyone said…

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Sep 20

Wedding at St. Paul’s Church of Ireland, Glenageary – 6th August 2016

Posted by Sal Brown

I’ve never heard such a pure and joyous sound in St. Paul’s as I heard from InChorus – not even on Christmas Day when the church is packed to the rafters! You have a talented and big hearted choir, and you added enormously to the joy and celebration on the day. Owen &…

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Sep 6

InChorus puts the ‘hum’ in Northumbria

Posted by Sal Brown

Choir’s festival foray across the Border Last weekend Peebles choir InChorus continued with its mission, to take its own brand of contemporary Scottish Borders music to other audiences, by heading to England. This time the destination was just over the border at the Lindisfarne Festival. These Border Reivers did not go to rustle…

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Jun 6

Making Music in the Meadows

Posted by Sal Brown

After a three months performance break to allow the choir to learn new songs, update others – and make another video for YouTube, InChorus breezed onto the stage at the Meadows Festival in Edinburgh on Sunday (5th June) and wowed everyone. Among their new pieces was the Pointer Sister’s ‘Jump’ which certainly fired…

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Jan 22

January 2016, Performing YMCA for the Village People

Posted by Sal Brown

Featured in The Peeblesshire News: Local choir InChorus recently performed at a charity concert to raise funds for YMCA Scotland. With ‘YMCA’ being the obvious choice for the finale, Angela Preston, fundraising manager at YMCA Scotland, contacted The Village People to ask for copyright permission – and was delighted that it was granted.…

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Sep 24

Local Choir Raises over £1000 for Life-Changing Charity

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The Peeblesshire News – September 2014 Local Choir raises over £1000 for life-changing charity As a result of InChorus’ continued fundraising, the choir was delighted to donate a cheque for £1,000 to Changing Faces, a small charity which supports and represents people who have conditions or injuries which affect their appearance. The cheque…

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Aug 24

August 2014, featured in The Peeblesshire News

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August 2014, featured in The Peebleshire With getting doused in water for charity becoming the Internet trend, two local choirs took being soaked for a good cause to the next level in Edinburgh as part of the Festival Fringe. Over 80 singers from InChorus and around 40 singers from the Edinburgh Police Choir…

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