Welcome to SoundRoutes Singers! We are one choir spread over seven locations in central Scotland – East Kilbride, Bearsden, Hamilton, Carluke, Paisley, Motherwell and Kilsyth. We sing a collection of folk, pop, rock, reggae, world and gospel music. There are no auditions and all are welcome – even those who think they can’t sing!
New members are very welcome so if you haven’t been before and want to give it a try (or haven’t been for a while), please just head along to the group that suits you best. Sessions are at the times and venues below, for further information please see the Choirs page.
- East Kilbride: Monday at 8:00-9:30pm
- Bearsden: Monday at 8.30-10:00pm
- Hamilton: Tuesday at 7:30-9:00pm
- Carluke: Wednesday at 6:00-7.30pm
- Paisley: Wednesday at 7:30-9:00pm
- Motherwell: Wednesday at 8:00-9:30pm
- Kilsyth: Thursdays at 7:30-9:00pm
We’re excited that Team Soundroutes now has excellent Choir Leaders in Bree Robertson-Kirkland and Steff Strachan working with Musical Director Shona Brown and we’re sure you’ll love singing with them.
Happy New Year!
We hope you’ve had a lovely Christmas and New Year and can’t wait to be back singing again! Sessions restart the week beginning 16th January and we’re looking for new members so if you’d like to give it a go, please come along to the rehearsal that suits you best. We have some great new songs to learn and we’d love for you to join us.
Flash Mob Proposal
We rehearse weekly for our Christmas and summer concerts but also get fun opportunities for other performances. Last year some members from our Hamilton group were invited flash mob a marriage proposal on the Glasgow to Hamilton train! SoundRoutes Singers took everyone by surprise and with the whole train carriage joining in – the atmosphere was electric! Stuart got down on one knee to pop the question and how could Michelle say no?! Footage went viral with almost one million views.
Congratulations Stuart and Michelle 🙂
Please do get in touch for more info or come along to give SoundRoutes a try – our video from a previous summer concert will also give an idea of what we normally prepare for week-to-week (right hand column).
Musical Director Shona Brown is an award-winning professional musician originally from Motherwell, now based in Glasgow. She studied classical flute and gained a BMus Hons (1st Class) from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and a Masters with Distinction from the Guild Hall School of Music and Drama in London. Shona writes and performs her own music across Scotland – for more info see her website: www.shonabrown.com.
“Organised to maximise singing enjoyment and minimise jargon, bureaucracy and other barriers to joining in.” Scotland on Sunday