NYCoS Stirling Choir

What happens at NYCoS Stirling Choir?

In the first year, Training Choir meets for 1 hour every week during term time, where they learn and sing together. In years after, this increases to a 2.5 - 3 hour rehearsal per week.

But being part of a NYCoS Area Choir isn't just about singing in a group; our unique musicianship programme helps to develop skills such as learning to read music, pitching, rhythm, sound production, solo singing and simple theory.

There are concerts for family and friends twice a year, where choir members showcase all they have learned.

NYCoS Stirling Choir meets for weekly rehearsals at Dunblane High School, Dunblane. You can find us on a map here.

History of NYCoS Stirling Choir
The NYCoS Stirling Choir began in 2000 with support from Stirling Council. It is one of a growing network of NYCoS Area Choirs across Scotland.

How much does a membership cost?
The membership fee for the first full year is £120 - just £4 per rehearsal. If cost is an issue, don't be put off as, thanks to our supporters, financial assistance may be available.

How to join

NYCoS Stirling Choir recruits annually from Primary 3 in the Stirling area.

Applications for our free recruitment workshop are now open. To sign up, please fill in the application form. If you have any questions, please email Lorna Rudden or call 0141 287 2831.

Area Choir uniforms are now being supplied by Academy Uniforms and are available to buy online by clicking here.
Use voucher code NYCoS at the checkout to receive a discount.


Rehearsal Times


Training Choir:          6.15pm - 7.15pm
Junior Choir:             6.45pm - 8.00pm
Intermediate Choir: 6.45pm - 8.00pm
Senior Choir:             6.30pm - 8.45pm


Dunblane High School
Old Doune Road
FK15 9EW

Stirling Choir Staff

Choir Director:
Anne Murphy
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Choir Coordinator:
Margaret Glencross
T: 01786 817362

Gina Baker

Music Staff:
Amy Bilsborough, Martin Cooper, Mariot Dallas, Alex Goskirk, Catriona Lang, Helen McDonald, Jennifer Nunn, Alison Scott, Pamela Spencer

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