Wesley College has a long, proud choral tradition and the College Choirs have achieved tremendous success over the last number of years. With five choirs to choose from – Junior Choir, Male Voice Choir, Girls Choir, Senior Choir and Gospel - there is something to cater for anyone with an interest in singing.
The Purple House Choir was founded in 2013 and operates under the auspices of Purple House Cancer Support. Our Musical Director is Brian Kennedy and accommpanied by our Guitarist Martin Dodd. Our group meet twice monthly and is open to all, young and old alike. Our aim is to give people something to sing about and no experience is necessary. It is a form of expression and acts as a positive coping mechanism for families living with an illness.
Fingal Gospel Choir are a community gospel choir from North County Dublin. Established in March 2012, the choir rapidly expanded from a small group of friends singing for fun to a big group producing an even bigger sound, now consisting of up to 50 voices.
The choir have won awards at Sligo, Navan and Cork Choral Festivals respectively and continue to compete regularly.
FGC perform regularly at church masses and for charitable organizations, helping to give back to the community.
Fingal Gospel Choir are all about community spirit, cooperation and teamwork and enjoying the opportunities given. Their mission is to spread joy and happiness through singing and performing for the people - by the people
Cruinniú is an all-female chamber choir from Arklow Co. Wicklow. We sing in a variety of genres ranging from classical to popular, sacred to secular. Cruinniú perform both competitively and non-competitively. We have won various competitions since our inception in 2011, including Navan Choral Festival, Sligo International Choral Festival and New Ross Choral Festival.
Cruinniú have proudly performed at events such as the turning on of the Christmas Lights in Leinster House as well as having sung on Gerry Kelly’s BBC Ulster Radio show. We look forward to exciting ventures each term and relish new challenges.
We are a new, inclusive community- based choir that is particularly older folk and dementia friendly. Our aim is to enrich the life of of our members through song and to help combat the social isolation of older age.
Mullingar Choral Society has become one of the town’s longest established cultural institutions. We are a community-based, non-profit-making choir and, with approximately 80 singers, is one of the largest in the country.
The Society represents a very positive aspect of Mullingar’s artistic energy and we pride ourselves on the consistently high standards of performance which we have achieved over the years. In 2019 we celebrated our Golden Jubilee with a celebration concert featuring both new works and highlights of fifty years of magical music-making.
New members are always welcome; we are a non-auditioned choir so joining us couldn’t be easier!
Harmania Indie choir based in Ireland was set up in October 2015 by music teacher and musician Róisín McGrath in order to highlight the benefits of group singing within her local community in Waterford . The choir is all inclusive, welcoming people from all walks of life. While their backgrounds may be diverse, they all share one distinct interest…..They Love to sing!