About Rolling Hills Chorus
“one of the highest quality and most entertaining choruses in Scotland and UK barbershop”
We are a group of men united by our love of singing. We always sing a capella and mainly in the barbershop style.
The Rolling Hills Chorus was formed in Galashiels in 1992 and its name is derived from the beautiful rolling hills of the Scottish Borders. The Chorus soon gained a reputation for good entertainment and good harmony. In 1995 it was decided to move to Edinburgh, from where most of the members now came. The Chorus moved to a series of locations around Edinburgh before arriving at St Kentigern’s Church Hall on the west side of the city.
We are members of the British Association of Barbershop Singers (BABS) and compete regularly at the BABS national convention.
We have put on our own show at a number of times at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. We perform regularly in all kinds of venues. These can be cathedrals, art venues, weddings and parties.
Our Chorus Director is Rosalind Johnson.