CONTINUING with their 10th birthday celebration season, Peebles community choir InChorus performed at Portmore as part of the Macmillan ‘Fizz and Flowers’ event.

The charity is one which is close to the choir’s heart, working to support not only cancer sufferers, but also their families.

InChorus continue their packed birthday programme this weekend when they perform at the Innerleithen Music Festival.

The InChorus in Innerleithen concert is at Innerleithen Church of Scotland tomorrow (Saturday).

Also singing will be the Traquair Choir in an evening of all kinds of music.

InChorus Musical Director, Aly Skidmore, said: "There will be something to appeal to all tastes in this concert, from Elton John to Enya and from Camila Cabello to Christopher Tin.

"We know that local people support the festival and we look forward to welcoming them as well as our regular audience members."

Following this weekend's concert InChorus will be singing during the Edinburgh Festival at one of the informal lunchtime recitals in St Giles Cathedral.

The performance next Saturday (August 25), which starts at 12.15pm, will include one of Karl Jenkins’ motets Exultate Jubilate, and How Sweet The Sound, a wonderful version of Amazing Grace arranged for the choir by Philip Lawson of the Grammy Award-winning group, The Kings Singers.

And the following weekend (Saturday, September 1) the choir will blow out the ten candles with a day of celebration in Peebles.

Tickets for tomorrow evening's concert are available online from StageStubs ( and at the door.