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Every Voice Community Choir

Singing group specifically for people living with dementia and their carers
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Name: Bryan Marshall or Anne O'Donnell
Role: Choirmaster
Phone: 07412 756750 / 07902 921607
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New members do not need to contact the group before attending a session.

St Augustine’s Scottish Episcopal Church
High St

G82 1LL
Type of venue
Venue Accessibility
Disabled Access
Free parking nearby
Good public transport links
Refreshments available

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Conductor(s) / song leader(s)
Bryan Marshall

Every Voice Community Choir a dementia friendly community singing group led by Bryan Marshall and run in association with Alzheimer Scotland. Singers meet fortnightly in Dumbarton on a Wednesday afternoon. The choir is open to anyone within the local community who wants to sing with others. Formed in 2016, Every Voice Community Choir boasts over 70 members, all coming together to enjoy each others company and sing!

It is a mixed-voice choir that is open to people of all ages, and new members are always welcome. The choir sing a wide ranging repertoire of songs from Burns to Beatles, and all the songs are taught by ear with lyric sheets provided – some songs are accompanied by piano or guitar and some are sang a cappella. The choir hold two annual concerts for family and friends, one in June and one in December.

EVCC meet fortnightly on a Wednesday afternoon from 1pm to 2:30pm, including a 20 minute tea break, when the fabulous volunteers provide tea, coffee, biscuits and if the choir have sung sung well, cake! Membership is free and the choir is financially supported by members of the choir as part of our own group, The Purple Fundraising Club!

There is a huge amount of support and friendship from everyone in the choir, every voice matters!

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Group Affiliation
Alzheimer Scotland
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How the group runs / what kind of support the group offers:
Our conductor(s) / song leader(s) and organiser(s) have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who are able to provide support to group members during sessions where this is needed
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