A friendly and interesting community choir for anyone who enjoys singing in harmony
We sing accessible unaccompanied harmony songs from around the world. No experience or training is needed, everything's taught by ear so you don't need to be able to read music. Anyone is welcome, there's no audition and no pressure.
We meet every Thursday at 7.30pm in Daisy St. Join us!
Over the summer, while our regular songleader Debbie is on holiday, we are having some guest sessions from Harry Campbell and Josie Duncan.
Keep in touch with what we're up to week by week at our Facebook page:
If you would like to join our mailing list and receive an occasional email newsletter, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
You can see some pictures of us on our Flickr album at flickr.com/GovanhillVoices, and hear us on Soundcloud at soundcloud.com/govanhillvoices and soundcloud.com/govanhillvoicesbsides
We're also on Instagram @govanhill_voices
OTHER SINGING OPPORTUNITIES LOCALLY
VoiceMale, a weekly harmony singing session for men, takes place on Wednesdays at 8pm at Clincarthill Parish Church, 1220 Cathcart Rd G42 9EU, as part of the community outreach programme called Finn's Place. All sorts of harmony styles traditionally sung by men, just for fun, taught by ear.
Our songleader, Debbie, hosts a singaround at the Old Toll Bar once a month on the third Wednesday, and there are singarounds in the West End too on Monday nights as arranged via Facebook.
Every first Friday of the month, you can sing shapenote ("Sacred Harp") music in Glasgow at an informal gathering known as the First Friday Sing run by Shapenote Scotland. There is also a Third Friday Sing in Edinburgh.