History

InChorus was founded in 2008 in Peebles in the Scottish Borders. The community had an strong appetite to form a modern choir singing contemporary music. 97 people turned up to the opening rehearsal and the choir remains over 100 strong today.

The singers represent all ages and backgrounds and joined for many different reasons and in its first three years the choir has transformed from ‘a group of people interested in singing’ into a powerful choir capable of entertaining a broad range of audiences. InChorus has staged a number of popular concerts, performed at The Scottish Parliament, filled Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre and Usher Hall and represented Scotland in New York at the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

All members give freely of their own time to rehearse and perform, many devoting time between rehearsals to learn their songs in groups, and the fabulous spirit of the choir is as strong as its contemporary repertoire. You will find more information in the choir and its ethos throughout this site.

InChorus is a registered charity, and raises funds for local and national causes. If you would like your charity to benefit from an performance from InChorus, please email us using this web form.

If you would be interested in donating to or sponsoring InChorus’s involvement, please contact our Choir Manager Tricia Brown by email using this web form.

InChorus meets each Monday evening between 7.30 – 9.30pm at The MacFarlane Hall, Peebles. If you would be interested in joining or helping out, please contact us via this web form

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