Drumshanbo Vocational School Choir
- Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim
- Lorraine McLoughlin
New school choir
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New school choir
The High Hopes Choir is unique in its composition, consisting of individuals who have experienced homelessness. This ensemble, formed in 2014, provides a platform for those who have faced adversity, using the universal language of music to bring about positive change. Through their heartfelt performances, they challenge societal perceptions and break down barriers, demonstrating the transformative power of community and the healing qualities of song.
Vox Orbis is a female voice choir from Galway and directed by Mark Keane. Earlier this year they won the Philip Ui Laoghaire Trophy at the Cork International Choral Festival for the performance of a choral work in Irish, and gave the Irish premiere of Kim Arnesen’s Magnificat with the ConTempo Quartet. In November they performed at the American Cathedral in Paris, performing a cappella music for upper-voices inspired by the theme of light. The choir enjoy performing diverse music programmes from Plainchant to the present day.
Established 60 years ago as a small church, TCS has now grown to a flourishing choral society of around 100 members. We are a friendly social choir who practice on Monday nights in The Priory Tallaght. Check out our website for choral and social events- https://tallaghtchoral.ie/ We'd love to hear from you.
Comeragh to Coast Chorus was formed in early 2023. Consisting of 21 ladies with a desire to sing as part of a group enhancing the gifts and talents each individual member brings to it. Music is ageless and this shows in the unique friendships that have formed within our group through the mutual love of music. We meet weekly to rehearse a selection of songs, Ballads, Pop, Country etc., songs we all love to sing, that uplifts and brings joy to us and we hope the same to our future audiences also.
A community led group, Shooting Stars Choir formed in Sept 22. We are an SATB choir comprising of 38 members drawn from Dunshaughlin and surrounding areas. It's a fun loving, hard working bunch who just love to sing. It's led by the supremely talented Eileen Foley who has the vision to direct, lead and challenge us all in her remarkably positive way. We cover a wide range of popular music. Punctuated by a cuppa and a chat - rehearsals are each Tues starting at 7.30 sharp and finishing around 9.30 and are welcoming and friendly.
Drimoleague Community Choir was founded in 2018 as an initiative of the Drimoleague Singing Festival. The choir is open to all and encourages participation in singing, friendship and fun with no previous experience necessary. The choir meets weekly under the direction of Susan McManamon and sings a variety of pop, folk, spirituals, classical and Irish traditional songs. The sharing of the joy of song is at the core of all they do. The choir aims provide a year round means of nurturing the towns singing culture and is seen by its members as an important social outlet as well as being an interesting and creative collaborative activity. Drimoleague Community Choir has performed in a number of concerts in its home village, raised money for charity singing Christmas carols, performed as a pop-up choir during the Singing Festival and performed with Jack O’Rourke (2019), Jessie Lloyd (2023) and Jack L (2023).
Village Community Choir
Voices of Cork is a four part harmony community choir. Formed in 2005 with Cork’s appointment as the ‘European Capital of Culture’ . The aim of the choir is to provide good choral music within the community with particular focus on people with limited access to such music and to give members of the community an opportunity to participate and become members of the choir, regardless of prior experience. The choir’s focus is on community involvement and this can be seen in their interactive workshops with members of the community from the very young to the very old. The choir performs in a wide range of venues including Cork City Hall, Nursing Homes, Hospitals etc. Members of the choir are men and women of all ages from diverse backgrounds and are drawn from all over Cork. The choir is run by a committee who are all members of the choir. It is a lively choir and repertoire includes popular songs, ballads, jazz etc. Rehearsals are conducted every Wednesday night at St Patrick’s National School on Gardiner’s Hill Co.rk
EGC is a vibrant group of singers dedicated to providing a broad range of gospel music to a diverse audience. Established in2005 our members are united by faith,fun and friendship,enjoy weekly meetings for relaxed yet musically interesting rehearsals during the academic year. Membership is open to all over 18 years of age.There is no audition process however we would ask any potential members to be able to sing back a note. We rehearse in the Wexford Farmers club every Wednesday so do come along if wish to give Gospel singing a go.
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