The Choir

Pitlochry & District Choral Society gives 2 concerts a year: one in Spring and a Christmas Carol Concert.

We rehearse on Wednesday evenings at 7.45pm in The Tryst, Pitlochry.

Membership currently costs £50 per year, and all are welcome to join without audition. All that is needed is enthusiasm for singing and a willingness to attend rehearsals regularly We particularly welcome new tenors.

Welcome to Pitlochry & District Choral Society

About Us

Pitlochry & District Choral Society is a well-established mixed voice amateur choir with around 60 members. Whilst based in Pitlochry, its members are drawn both from  the town, and surrounding areas.

Since its foundation in 1987, PDCS has performed a diverse range of choral music, from major works such as Haydn’s Creation and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, to less familiar items such as Alexander McCall  Smith’s poems set to music by Tom Cunningham in the haunting piece Scotland at Night. We hold two concerts each year in December and April.

For details of our next concert see our Events page.

We aim to encourage a friendly atmosphere in which everyone enjoys singing. New members of all voices and ages are welcome at any time and there is no audition. Singing is a natural way of relaxing and it's fun too! , so even if you haven't sung before why not come along and give it a go?

Concerts are supported by Making Music, The National Federation of Music Societies with funds provided by the Scottish Arts Council