Dalgety Bay – Daytime Choir

Sing in the City Bay Cities

Monday, 10:00-12:00

Dalgety Parish Church,
Regents Way,
Dalgety Bay,
KY11 9UY

At our choirs there is no audition, you don’t need to be able to read music, just come along and join a choir.  You won’t regret it as we pride ourselves on our family and community feel at all rehearsals and events.  Contact us to book your free trial night now!  Either fill in the contact form or call our office 0131 552 3149.

You just have to find your way to one of our rehearsal spaces and you will be taken care of for the rest of the night.  You will be introduced to the Sing in the City team and then to a couple of members who will look after you at the rehearsal.  They will share their lyric sheets with you, introduce you to other members and help you find your feet.   We rehearse for 42 weeks of the year.  We also have a social tea break half way through the 2 hour rehearsal. Mums and babies are also welcome at our daytime choirs so please ask for more information. Come and join this Fife Choir.

Joining Sing in the City will undoubtedly ‘change your life’. You will make friends, take part in fun singing events and even have access to book clubs, guitar classes etc and raise money for charity.  Singing helps keep your mental health in a good positive place and you will find yourself part of a family that you gave chosen.  Take a look at our Facebook page, our Youtube channel to see in advance who we are and a free trial means you can come along and see for yourself what happens in our rehearsals.

Our prices from April 2024:

Day Choirs
Monthly membership DD = £24 (Works out at £6.85 weekly)
Day Concession monthly membership DD = £21.50 (Works out at £6.15 weekly)

This is a video from late 2017 with 4 Sing in the City choir performing Dignity by Deacon Blue at the Churchill Theatre in Edinburgh.  The video include our Leithers, Linkers, Corries and Sixer choirs.  Why not take a FREE trial night at one of our choirs?  At our choirs there is no audition, you don’t need to be able to read music, just come along and join in.


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