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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Aug 3

InChorus InDublin InCredible

Posted by Sal Brown

When a choir member asked InChorus if they would consider travelling to Dublin to sing at her son’s wedding, the choir set about arranging a long weekend of music in the Emerald Isle around the event. Colin Macnab from West Linton was marrying Emma Jacob in her home town of Dun Laoghaire, and…

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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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Aug 30

Happy Hour with InChorus: a review by Kate Turnbull, August 2015

Posted by Sal Brown

Music at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe can be an enlightening affair with acts swinging very much from the sublime to the ridiculous; but I’m thankful to say that ‘Happy Hour with InChorus’, which I had the pleasure of seeing on Thursday 27th August at a Greenside venue, sat very much in the former…

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