The choir was originally formed in October 2015 as a British Lung Foundation “Singing for Lung Health” pilot. Following its success, the Kilbryde Community Choir is now open to everyone and anyone – no experience is needed and you don’t need to read music. Following a comprehensive warm-up (including useful & simple breathing techniques) the choir sings a selection of pop, world and folk songs.
The aims of the choir are to encourage and develop changes in breathing, confidence and general health and to develop vocal and breathing techniques. It is also a great way to meet new people, socialise and enjoy yourself!
The choir is directed by our music therapist and “Singing for Lung Health” trained singing leader, Anna Ludwig.
|Who is it for?
|When is it on||How many sessions?|
|Everyone including patients, carers, volunteers, staff, members of the general public.||Weekly on a Wednesday at 1:30pm for 1 hour.||As many as you like: members are encouraged to attend weekly but it is also possible to drop in and out when you can/want.|
Choir member comments
“Attending choir makes me feel confident, alive and content with life”
“Choir boosts my moods”
“Attending choir makes me feel determined”
“Choir makes me feel invigorated. It’s the one day a week I really look forward to”