The Soundhouse Choir


Formed in 2016 by muscian and vocal coach Heather Macleod, The Soundhouse Choir is an ALL-WELCOME Community Choir. Anyone can join with no previous experience. There is no requirement to read music. Recorded parts are issued to take home.

Highlights so far include …

  • Performing live with the Love Community Choir at the Usher Hall in 2018
  • Singing at the Scottish Parliament in 2019
  • Recording I Shall Be Released by Bob Dylan in 2020
  • Being part of the Enough is Enough project with Oi Musica and Karine Polwart in 2020. This is a musical response to mark the importance and raise awareness of the COP26 International Climate Conference, due to have taken place in Glasgow in November 2020, now rescheduled to November 2021.

Classes are currently online via Zoom. Contact Heather Macleod via to find out more. Current term information appears below.

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Term costs £50* (+ Eventbrite booking fee) and is payable in full.

*fees are paid on a termly-basis and are non-refundable

HONESTY’ PLACES per term are offered. If you’d love to come along but simply can’t afford to then you CAN! No questions asked.

Current term



28 APRIL – 16 JUN 2021


Register at and weekly invite links will be issued.

Online choir is a great fun alternative to traditional choir and a panacea for your mood and soul. Don’t think about it… just do it.

We look forward to embarking on our fifth term online. As Summer approaches we welcome some easing of the restrictions we’ve endured over the year and experiencing some freedom returning to our lives! As singers we face a more prolonged restriction and so we have braved, and since embraced, the new and only way for choirs. Along the way, we have discovered many silver linings to working in this way.

The choir has welcomed singers from the length and breadth of the UK, from Shetland to Sussex, and from overseas from New York to Lisbon. The choir is over 100 strong equalling numbers attending live, before lockdown.

We have also recorded three songs (the first with the choir, then with special guests Karine Polwart and Mark Bonnar) and in doing so we’ve felt massively heartened to hear ourselves sing together. In spite of our continuing distance from each other we have created a place to be together, to stay connected, and to sing! We aim to release the songs as an EP (or maybe even album!?).

Over the course of eight weeks, we will enjoy playing with some fun songs, warm-ups, having a laugh and making a record!

This term puts the choir firmly back in the lead spot.


If you need further information please email Heather at

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