The last night of the NSC's 2005 Fringe saw the choir's Sax in the City show hit top form with a capacity audience and No.1 spot as show of the day in the Fringe's new text-voting system.
This year the choir returned to Edinburgh with its new Fringe show Sax to the Max, packed with more awesome originals and inventive arrangements, plus Roger May's cutting-edge competition winner Introduction & Riffs, and sizzling stagecraft.
In addition to its show time in the Cow Barn, the choir was seen and heard around the city (on the High Street stages and in the Cavalcade) with a bigger and better busking repertoire which included a zany combination of ballet, pop ballad and international dance.
All programmes were designed to showcase the versatility, energy and eloquence of the choir, pushing its skills and its saxes to the...MAX!
If you're Grade 8 or above and you like the sound of challenging and fun events like this, check out the NSC's website for more information on membership and auditions.