We bring together a unique fusion of the arts and fitness.
(1) Unlimited online On Demand and Live Singing, Choir, Dance Fitness, Yoga, Barre, Ballet Fitness, and Pilates all under one membership package.
(2) In-Person Studio Big Sing Choir, and danceSing Fusion (choir/dance fitness), 10-week terms.
The danceSing experience centres around the positive mental and physical wellbeing of our people. Fun, fitness, and friendship, at your pace.
Whether you’re looking to learn something new, maintain or develop your fitness, or simply connect and make new friends, the danceSing team are there to advise, motivate and inspire. danceSing is the inclusive, intergenerational, feel-good wellbeing experience like no other.
We are the Choir that keeps you Fit!
danceSing was created by Natalie Garry, a former professional ballet dancer with over 30 years of experience within the health, wellbeing, and fitness industry. Recognising the benefits of singing and dancing to stay fit, healthy, and happy, danceSing was born. Setting out to do things differently, Natalie and her team of passionate professionals are committed to making a positive difference to people’s lives through their shared vision of bringing wellness to the nation. Let danceSing lift your mood and help you to feel less stressed, less anxious, and more confident!
With a wealth of knowledge and combining years of experience, passion, energy, and enthusiasm, meet the creative team bringing wellness to the nation.
Claire is an experienced project manager and business intelligence analyst with extensive experience across a wide range of business planning environments and sectors, including: Private; Local Government; Civil Service; Housing; and Higher Education. Claire has worked with some of the leading organisations in the UK (and beyond) including Procter and Gamble and Durham University.
Claire has been a consultant for danceSing since February 2018 before formally joining the company in April 2019. Claire is primarily responsible for overseeing business development and operational growth of the company, its resources and assets. Claire is passionate about creating a five-star experience and delivering excellent customer service.
Claire’s mission is to take danceSing from strength to strength!
Karol has worked in music education for the past twenty-five years. Karol graduated with a BMus from Queen’s University Belfast and after a PGCE she took a post-graduate course in piano accompaniment at RSAMD. Karol has worked in Scottish secondary schools as a Head of Curricular Music and Director of Music and pursued her own studies of education management with an MSc at Edinburgh University.
Karol studied piano with Geoffrey Pratley (RAM) and has worked as an accompanist, director of musical theatre productions and as a choral leader. Karol is passionate about communicating her love of music to both children and adults. Karol currently teaches part-time at Dollar Academy and works as a Scottish Qualifications Authority examiner.
Senior Music Leader
Lindsay Ashworth Fraser trained as a musician at University of Strathclyde and in Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has worked as a freelance musician, actor, singer and voiceover artist for over 15 years.
Throughout her varied career, Lindsay has performed in plays, musicals and pantomimes throughout the UK and her strong choral tradition also led to many years' work as a session singer in London. Lindsay has sung for some of the world’s leading film composers at Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst and Angel Studios. If you hear a choir on a Dreamworks animation, chances are Lindsay’s voice is in there somewhere!
Since moving back to Glasgow and having her son, Lindsay has grown her own business onlineMD, which provides musical support to some of the UK’s top theatre performers and launched vintage vocal trio The St. Andrews’ Sisters.
Lindsay joined danceSing in 2016 as a Music Leader and was promoted to Musical Director in 2019. Lindsay loves bringing her passion for harmony singing to danceSing and fosters a fun, engaging and relaxed environment in her singing sessions. Lindsay is excited to be moving to online teaching as we find ourselves in new territory and looks forward to welcoming you to the danceSing On Demand community.
Music Leader & Composer
Karen is a piano player, arranger and composer who has spent the majority of her career encouraging music participation in people’s lives. Karen was head of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra education department and eventually returned to her first love as a musician in dance, returning to Scottish Ballet.
A the Scottish Ballet Karen works with the dancers, and also teaches piano improvisation at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for Piano in Dance Masters course.
Alan is a musical director and composer based in Edinburgh. Alan trained at the RSAMD (now the Conservatoire) and has worked or performed in almost every theatre in Scotland.
Alan composes music for theatre and television, and has a large catalogue of music for children, including for his website and Youtube channel “Choonbaboon”.
Though classically trained, Alan is pop obsessed, with an astonishing knowledge of cheesy 70’s and 80’s music!
Amy began her training at the Dance School of Scotland on the Musical Theatre Course and
completed her BA Hons in Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London.
Theatre credits include; Dick Whittington (Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock) Cross Fit (Voodoo Rooms,
Edinburgh Fringe) Tosca! The Henchman’s Tale (A Play, A Pie and A Pint, Oran Mor) Still Game
Live! Bon Voyage (The Hydro, Glasgow), Dick Whittington (Eden Court, Inverness), Sleeping Betty
(Tron Theatre, Glasgow), Christ On A Bike (Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh Fringe), Dick Whittington
(Plowright Theatre), Wag! The Musical (Charing Cross Theatre, London), Peter Pan (Churchill
Theatre, Bromley), Mother Goose (Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock). Private Lives, Smokey Joe's
Cafe, Tuxedo Junction, Reel to Reel, Songs From 88 Notes and West End, West Side (Adonia,
P&O Cruises). The Genie of Samarkand (Tara Arts, London), Fame (George Square, Edinburgh
Fringe). Amy has also featured as a Sensational Sister of Soul in the UK tour of The Blues
Brothers Party. Television and commercial work includes; Stacey Stone (BBC), The AA's Tales from
the Roadside ad campaign, Bet 365 Bingo (MTP) and the Co-op (MTP).
Mind & Body Leader
Katrina trained in Dance and Musical Theatre in Edinburgh before embarking on her international performance career. Credits include : Cinderella (The Edinburgh Kings Theatre), Mother Goose (The Edinburgh King’s Theatre), De Capo Variete (Germany), La Nouvelle Eve (Paris), Elonuit Show (Seychelles), A night with Hugh Jackman (Blenheim Palace), All our Yesterdays (UK tour Timeless Entertainment), Memory Lane (UK Tour Timeless Productions).
Katrina also trained with London’s My Aerial Home and Toronto’s School of Circus Arts in Aerial Hoop, Silks and Spanish Web enjoyed her time as Dancer / Aerialist onboard P&O Ventura, P&O Azura and Wild Cabaret (Glasgow).
In 2016 Katrina began to move her career over to teaching and trained in Mat Pilates, Yoga, Barre and Spin. She loves the versatility and benefits from all styles of movement and the positive effects on both body and mind. Katrina’s classes aim to leave you feeling aligned, centred and uplifted.
Liverpool-born, Polly lives in Greenock. She studied at the RSAMD, and later won the entrance scholarship to the postgraduate Opera Course at the RNCM where she achieved her MMus and won many prizes and awards including the Peter Moores Foundation Award, the Countess of Munster Prize and the D’Oyle Carte Scholarship.
Polly later returned to Scotland to work with Scottish Opera. As a soloist Polly has sung with several UK orchestras, and appeared in many festivals throughout the country, including the 40th anniversary Aldeburgh Festival.
Her operatic roles include many of the great Wagnerian heroines such as Sieglinde and Brangäne. More recently she has sung with Lyric Opera Dublin and for the Royal Opening of the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.
Polly has many years teaching experience. She taught Singing, as well as Performance classes, at the Junior RNCM and at Scottish Opera Education Department. Currently she enjoys her role as a Vocal Instructor for Inverclyde Music Service, teaching Voice and Performance Skills. She is also Vocal Coach for Inverclyde Senior Choir, and has contributed on the committee of the Inverclyde Festival.
Polly also teaches singing for the University of Glasgow, the Junior Conservatoire of the RCS, the National Youth Choir of Scotland and is the Vocal coach for the RSNO Chorus.
"danceSing brings people together in a collective feeling of wellbeing"