The Fair City Singers return to home ground tomorrow with a concert in St Matthew’s Church on Tay Street, Perth.
Following the choir’s successful London tour, which included a performance in St Paul’s Cathedral, the ensemble members now have their sights set on Paris in 2015, where they hope to perform in Notre Dame and La Madeleine, while taking in the sights and culture of the French capital.
Recent concerts have taken them from Stonehaven to Glasgow and everywhere in between and they even performed at Glasgow Central Station as part of the lead-up to the Commonwealth Games.
More recently, the Fair City Singers performed at the Junior Ryder Cup prize-giving at Blairgowrie Golf Club and in December they will be at Scone Palace for the carol concert.
At St Matthew’s Church they will be performing under the direction of Marjory Watson. Their repertoire ranges from West End and Disney favourites to Scottish songs and spirituals.
Tickets are 8 for adults, 5 for children, including refreshments, and they are available at the door on the night. Details of forthcoming performances are available at facebook.com/faircitysingers.