They’re known as the ‘choir that keeps you fit,’ but now a Scottish singing organisation is hoping to simply keep choirs alive post-Covid.
danceSing is a health and wellbeing company that provides a fusion of singing and fitness, and has been promoting online videos throughout lockdown.
Now, however, they are hoping to bring choirs back together in real life – but from the safety of participant’s own cars.
Organised by former Scottish Ballet dancer and business owner, Natalie Garry, danceSing’s first ever drive-in singalong will take place in Leven’s Larder, Kinross this Saturday.
The event has been organised for those who participate in choirs to be able to sing together, as long as Covid restrictions keep groups from meeting indoors.
danceSing’s Music Director Lindsay Ashworth Fraser will be leading the drive-in session with a compilation of feel-good tunes, socially distanced and family-friendly fun.
danceSing’s drive in singalong, Loch Leven’s Larder, Kinross, Saturday 29 August, from 6pm – 9pm.
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