This is the stunning moment a choir of more than a hundred women and a few men sang an iconic Scots anthem in the new V&A Dundee.
Four groups from across the city joined forces to sing Deacon Blue’s Dignity in the £80m museum’s atrium on Friday.
Led by choir master Alice Marra, the singers were made up of 152 women and three men from Loadsaweeminsingin’, Lochee Linties and Duende Voices and others from The Noteables.
A choir comprised of over 150 singers from across Dundee have gathered to perform at the V&A Dundee’s preview reception.
Ms Marra, the daughter of the late musician and ‘Bard of Dundee’ said it was an ‘honour’ to be a part of the opening ceremonies.
She said: “The choirs have all had a wonderful time working on this arrangement of Dignity especially for the V&A.
“We feel honoured to be singing such a fantastic song, on such a special day, in a world famous building!
“It’s very poignant to us that it’s written by a Dundonian and captures the essence of working people and their aspirations.”
The choir performed on Friday night before the 3D Festival in Slessor Gardens.