If you have ever thought 'I want to join a choir near me in Stirling?' then why not join your local Rock Choir.
The Stirling Rock Choir is led by choir leader Rachel Leitch. The Stirling branch is part of the unique national singing family that is Rock Choir. Whilst retaining our focus on Stirling community causes and events, our nearby Rock Choir groups come together in regional and even national groups for bigger events, such performing en masse at the O2 Arena, achieving album sales that enter the charts, nationwide flaskmobs and Guinness World Records and helping to raise millions for charity. Joining this incomparable musical national treasure is very easy, there are no auditions, there's no need to read music and we're open to everyone in your local community!
Rock Choir is the no audition, no need to read music choir and it was the first of its kind in the country. The best thing of all is you can try a FREE singing taster session before joining the choir. Just go to rockchoir.com and you'll find out all you need to know. You can also find out about your local choir leader, Rachel and how to join the choir in Stirling.
Here is a quote about our choir - 'I spend many hours every day driving and in meetings. It's often quite a struggle to get to Rock Choir and I often don't really feel like making the effort. Something magic happens when I get there - a combination of the unfailing cheerfulness of our Rock Choir tutor, the physical movement, breathing and singing, the (usually!) lovely sound of the combined voices of the choir - suddenly the stress of the day melts away, energy returns and a feeling of well-being arrives. It's been a difficult year for me - got divorced, my best friend with terminal illness passed away and I survived a tricky restructure at work, Rock Choir has often been the one really positive highlight in my week - thank you!' - Sue (Rock Choir Member)
Rock Choir is a winner of the Red Ribbon 'Big Heart' Award [https://rockchoir.com/awards-achievements/]. and holds 1 former and 2 current Guinness World Records. The choir is also credited with single handedly starting the contemporary choir movement.
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