Members Directory

Sing Ireland has a growing membership of singing groups, choirs, festivals, companies and individuals. For convenience, we have grouped these by location.

Stillorgan Youth Choir

Stillorgan Youth Choir

Location:
Stillorgan, Co. Dublin
Conductor:
Thomas Kehoe

Established in 2014, Stillorgan Youth Choir is an award-winning choir that promotes the development of choral music in Ireland.

SYC is for young singers aged eight to thirteen (3rd class to 6th class). Boys and girls learn musical literacy as well as important life skills. Our aim is to foster a love of music while enabling our young singers to carry their new skills through life by being literate in reading music to a high standard. The music we sing is wide-ranging and varied, from folk to classical and popular music. We are committed to educating young singers in musicianship in tandem with developing a healthy approach to using the voice.

Email:
stillorganyouthchoir@gmail.com
Website:
thomaskehoe.wordpress.com/stillorganyouthchoir

Arabella Voices

Location:
Co. Dublin
Conductor:
Damian Gallagher

We are a choir who sing at various events e.g. Concerts, Masses and some members occasionally sing at funerals and weddings.

Email:
damusique@hotmail.com
Carrigtwohill Gospel Choir

Carrigtwohill Gospel Choir

Location:
Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork
Conductor:
Aoibheann Carey-Philpott

Formed in 2010, based on a need for an inclusive, community choir in the locality, the Carrigtwohill Gospel Choir’s small beginnings has blossomed into a boisterous collection of amateur and professional singers whose main approach to this beloved genre is to sing with passion and joy, while rooting the sound in an informal and free approach to choral singing.

Having shared the stage with wonderful acts over the years, such international opera star Russell Watson, piano virtuoso David Syme, The White Horse Guitar Club, James Kilbane and Amanda Neri and many more, the choir have enjoyed some memorable performances around the country and further afield.

Phone:
087-2546560
Email:
carrigtwohillgospelchoir@gmail.com
Pub Cór

Pub Cór

Location:
Lexlip/Dublin, Co. Kildare
Conductor:
Bobby Harpur

Pub Cór is a community initiative set up to give everybody the chance to sing in a super fun, group setting. On the night Bobby Harpur and Kate Donohue take the group through three part harmony to perform that song at the end of the evening which is filmed and shared on social media. There is no membership and participants purchase tickets to attend each show, which is usually held at a licensed venue. You do not even have to be any good! It's a super accessible way to be part of something amazing without having to commit to a membership.

Phone:
0862538193
Email:
bobby@pubcor.ie
Website:
pubcor.ie
GMIT Voices

GMIT Voices

Location:
GMIT Galway, Co. Galway
Conductor:
Sean Rowland

GMIT Voices is a workplace choir set up in February 2019 as a Healthy Campus wellbeing initiative for staff. It has proved hugely popular and those who attend absolutely love it and there have been lots of new friendships and opportunities to co-operate formed.

Sean Rowland, our fantastic Choir Director has been with the choir almost from its inception. In April 2019, GMIT Voices won the New Choir section of the SCCUL Santuary Choir Factor competition and have performed at functions within GMIT. We are looking forward to more competitions and performing outside GMIT in the future. Due to its popularity, a student choir will commence in September 2019 also with Sean Rowland as Director, and supported by the Students Union

Phone:
091-742550
Email:
healthycampus@gmit.ie

MusiCórum

Location:
Cork City, Co. Cork
Conductor:
Geoff Spratt

MusiCórum is a mixed-voice choir that operates on a project basis. Its membership (max. 36) consists of some of the most experienced amateur choral singers who live in and around Cork, who have come together to sing under the direction of one of Ireland's most experienced and acclaimed conductors, Geoff Spratt.

Its first performances are to be given during October 2019, when it will sing music by Bruckner and Randall Thompson during masses in St Mary’s Church, Pope’s Quay, and Saints Peter & Paul’s Church, Cork. MusiCórum's projects for 2020 include programmes presenting music by Rheinberger (two mass settings, performed either side of one of his string quartets), by Parry (the set of six Songs of Farewell, interspaced by readings from a lecture given by one of his most distinguished pupils, Hubert Howells), and by Mozart (the “Dominican” Vespers). For further information please see the choir’s Facebook page (MusiCórum, Cork).

Email:
musicorumcork@gmail.com

Amici

Location:
Clontarf, Dublin 3, Co. Dublin
Conductor:
Sinead Rodger

We are a mixed group choir recently established in Clontarf. We have vacancies in all lines. We rehearse in Scoil Ui Chonaill GAA club, Clontarf Road 8.30-10.00 on Monday evenings.

We have 2 performances booked for December 2019. We are a group of friendly, positive individuals who love to sing. There are no auditions and new members will be made feel very welcome. Email with any queries.

Email:
choiramici@gmail.com
Enniscorthy Gospel Choir

Enniscorthy Gospel Choir

Location:
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
Conductor:
Anita Mahon

Enniscorthy Gospel Choir is a vibrant group of singers dedicated to providing a broad range of gospel music to a diverse audience.

Established in 2005, our members are united by faith, fun and friendship and enjoy meeting weekly for relaxed yet musically interesting rehearsals during the academic term.

Membership of the Choir is open to all over 18 years of age. There is no audition process however, we would ask any newbies to be able to sing back a note! Join us at the I.F.A. Centre, Mill Park Road, Enniscorthy any Wednesday at 8pm should you wish to give Gospel singing a go!

Website:
enniscorthygospelchoir.ie/index.html
Jubilate Choir Dublin

Jubilate Choir Dublin

Location:
Rathgar, Co. Dublin
Conductor:
Amy Ryan

Jubilate Choir sings classical repertoire, giving two performances each year in various venues in Dublin.

We have between 40 and 50 members from all over Dublin in the choir. We rehearse on a Sunday evening at 7.30 to 9.30 in the Parish Hall at the rear of the Church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar. We are always interested in welcoming new members to join us. Some choral experience and an ability to sight read is an advantage, but not necessary.

Jubilate Choir was founded in 2010 by the then 16-year-old Killian Farrell, who formed the choir to perform Bach’s St. John Passion for the celebration of the jubilee of the parish of St. Pius X, Templeogue. He led the choir for its first 5 years, during which time the choir performed Bach Passions and the Mass in B minor, Brahms requiem as well as Haydn, and Mendelssohn oratorios.

Amy Ryan, the current musical director currently lectures in Music at Trinity College, Dublin and at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. She is in demand as a choral conductor and workshop facilitator, directing the Jubilate Choir, UCD Philharmonic Choir, award-winning chamber choir, Cuore, and the Irish-language ladies choir, Cór Duibhlinne. Amy has also worked with the Irish Youth Choir, the Irish Youth Chamber Choir, Lyric Opera Chorus, UCD Symphony Orchestra and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra.

Email:
jubilate2011@gmail.com
Website:
osuligoe.wixsite.com/jubilatechoirdublin
The Rosemount Singers

The Rosemount Singers

Location:
Julianstown, Co. Meath
Conductor:
Shane Barriscale

The Rosemount Singers are a small community chamber choir based in Julianstown, Co. Meath.

They first came into being in 2017 during the ‘Julianstown Community Music Festival’ when festival organiser Dorothy Alioth [director of the education and management company ‘KenDu music’] wanted to give ambitious local singers the chance to learn and perform music in 4-part harmony. Under the musical direction of Shane Barriscale, singers of all backgrounds and abilities performed two Mozart classics as part of the festival line-up.
Such was the enthusiasm from the singers at the time, that many of them wanted to continue singing together beyond the festival. Thus, the Rosemount Singers were formed (named after the house and estate in Rosemount, Julianstown where the choir rehearses every Tuesday morning).
Since 2017, they have performed in a number of concerts and events in Meath and Louth. They perform a variety of music ranging from early music by Tallis and Purcell, plainchant, all the way up to jazz classics by Gershwin, and christmas carols. We continue to give our ambitious singers the challenge of singing in 4-part, and sometimes 5-part harmony, but sight-reading is not a requirement. All our singers need is a good set of ears, a love of singing and an eagerness to dive right into the music-making. All are welcome!

Phone:
0876125291
Email:
dorothy@alioth.eu
Website:
kendumusic.com

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