Inverclyde Voices began on 12th September 2005 with around 60 members coming along to the first rehearsal. This quickly grew to over 100 members in the weeks that followed. The choir was founded by Palma Allan in response to a direct request from senior pupils who wanted to continue singing after leaving the Junior/Senior Choir with eight years vocal training under their belts. Many parents and friends also wanted to join. The aim of Inverclyde Voices has always been to offer the opportunity to sing together and bring simple but uplifting repertoire to people from all walks of life. We have grown and developed together over the last seven years since the choir’s inception and the sense of camaraderie, one of the many benefits of singing in a large choir, has grown tremendously. We now have almost 140 members who come together every Monday evening to sing and meet at several other points in the year to socialise!
Inverclyde Voices are proud to have Welsh singer and broadcaster Aled Jones as our patron
In 2010, the choir recorded “Songs from the Heart”, a CD featuring some of their favourite repertoire.