HELENSBURGH DORIAN CHOIR
ABOUT THE CHOIR
Helensburgh Dorian Choir is a renowned choir based in Helensburgh that was established in 1949.
We pride ourselves on our friendliness, years of experience and exemplary musical team. To that end we learn the notes as a group and are provided with teach tracks to practise at home, ensuring a top-notch performance come concert-day.
The choir hosts two concerts a year, in May and December, with rehearsals running from August to May. Rehearsals are held at the United Reformed Church, West king Street, Helensburgh, on Tuesday evenings from 7.15-9.15pm. There is always time for a chat during rehearsal and we even hold additional social events including concerts and dinners.
JOIN THE CHOIR
United Reformed Church Hall
The Helensburgh Dorian Choir has never been more popular. Concerts are better attended than ever and enjoyment runs high in the rehearsal room. If you've thought of joining a choir but didn't know where to start, look no further! You are welcome to come along with no string attached to see what we get up to.
Sian has led a busy life as an opera singer and teacher since graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She has performed on BBC Radio Three, BBC Radio Wales, Radio France and Radio Naçionale de Espagna and with leading orchestras across Europe. She adores teaching pupils of all ages and currently runs two choirs.
Sian also runs Clyde Voice Care; vocal rehabilitation for professional voice users. She specialises in treating Muscle Tension Dysphonia (MTD) and sues a broad skillset from mindfulness to touch-therapies on top of vocal coaching.
Jane is a gifted pianist. She has played for the Choir as rehearsal, accompanying and solo pianist for the past 11 years. She teaches piano and singing in Helensburgh. She was born in Wolverhampton, and gained a Bmus (Hons) from the University College of Wales. She is an Associate of the London School of Music.