Maisondieu choir have busy Christmas

Maisondieu choir are pictured performing on the lorry stage in the High Street.

Maisondieu choir are pictured performing on the lorry stage in the High Street.

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This year Maisondieu’s choir, made up of pupils from primary 4-7, have had a very busy time in the lead up to Christmas.

The choir, which has forty devoted members, prepared three Christmas songs in the lead up to Christmas.

The choir performed their songs to residents at the Bearehill Care Home.

The pupils had a wonderful time singing for the residents and engaging in conversation with them afterwards.

On Saturday, December 10, the choir met in the High Street and sang to a large audience as part of the ‘Christmas in the City’ celebrations.

Once again the choir pulled off an amazing performance in an atmosphere of great excitement.

The choir also sang at the Dalhousie Care Home.

“It has been such a wonderful experience for the choir to perform so many times and at various locations. It has resulted in creating a sense of team among the choir members, who are loving every minute of their publicity!” said Mrs Ruthanna Chalmers, principal teacher.

“The buzz and excitement during the past couple of weeks has had the effect of inspiring others to join the choir.

“We look forward to next term where once again the choir will prepare to perform.”

The school would like to thank Mr Michael Gillies who devotes a lot of his time to work with the choir