The Donegal Youth Choir is an ensemble of young people aged between 12 - 18 who enjoy singing. They continued to sing during the Covid lockdowns, creating online videos of songs such as Coldplay's 'Fix You' and dodie's 'Secret For The Mad'. Outings for the DYC have ranged from Electric Picnic to Lourdes
Vocem Darύ choir was founded in Durrow in 2017 and has established itself as a vibrant part of the local community for women of all ages. From the beginning, the choir actively participated in choral events and festivals, both local and national and have discovered that we thrive on performing in front of an audience, singing everything from rock to light classical. We focus on creating beautiful music, making friends and having fun.
The Carrigaline Choral Group are an award winning choir. We sing SATB in a wide range of Music. Our Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings 7.30-9.30. Rehearsal Venue is St Marys Church of Ireland Hall Church Road Carrigaline. We are building our choir after a two year break from Live Rehearsal although we did use Jamulus on line for the duration. New Members most welcome in all lines SATB
Wildsong Ensemble is an experimental choir. We make our own music & performance through singing, improvising, and dreaming big.
We welcome people of all ages, stripes & abilities, from complete beginners to professional singers & artists alike. There are no auditions. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to take a chance on your voice – whatever it may sound like.
At the heart of the choir is the belief that artistic expression is innate, and that our world needs more spaces where we can explore our artistry together: Wildsong Ensemble is one such space.
Weekly workshops take place on Wednesdays from 7-9pm in either Wexford town (the Wexford Arts Centre or the Creative Hub), or in different outdoor locations close to Wexford town when the weather is good.
Harmony Federation is a 35 strong male ‘a cappella’ group singing in the Barbershop style, founded at the Irish Association of Barbershop Singers (IABS) Convention in 2011, to become Ireland’s National Men’s Barbershop Chorus. We meet once a month in Dublin and draw our members from all over Ireland, most of whom also sing with other groups – mixed voice, male voice and musical societies.
The Blessington Millennium Choir is a community choir which sings a range of choral music of all genre. We have been together for the last 22 years (as the name suggests) and the range of music we sing varies from Bach and Fauré to more modern pieces by Jenkins, Patrick Cassidy and even the Beatles.
We are an SATB choir and always looking for new members.
We rehearse every Tuesday in the Kare Centre in Blessington from 7.30pm – 9.30pm and even include a cup of tea and a ‘bickie’ mid rehearsal..
We try to perform 2 concerts a year, one at Christmas and one before we break for summer.
Aoide Voices is an adult choir for all voices and all abilities, based in Castletroy, Limerick & led by professional opera singer Owen Gilhooly-Miles & the Mid-West Vocal Academy. The choir has grown to over fifty members and has already performed many fundraising concerts, most recently raising money for Limerick Animal Welfare, Limerick Lions Club and CMRF Crumlin.
The choir covers popular, upbeat music & is non-auditioning. Everyone from the beginner to the experienced is welcome to join in a relaxed and fun learning environment!
The Heritage Singers are a 3-part, non-competitive ladies choir with about 30 enthusiastic members who just love to sing! We rehearse every Monday from 8 - 9.30 pm in the Heritage Centre, Balrothery. Our repertoire is very broad, ranging from Classical to Popular/Modern. We perform publicly in two concerts a year- one at Christmas and one in May. These concerts are much loved community events.
New members Welcome.
We welcome anyone affected directly or indirectly by a diagnosis of cancer, or just who enjoys music and would like to sing for fun, meet new people and support an excellent cause, Cork Arc Cancer Support House in the process.
No auditions, just a willingness to join in and have fun in a supportive atmosphere.
The choir aims to;
* Provide an uplifting and fun activity in a safe and supportive environment, Be a community based choir, open to everyone affected by cancer directly or indirectly,
* promote the benefits of singing in a group as a positive aid to mental health:
* provide a social outlet for cancer patients/survivors/relatives/friends who can find themselves isolated by theirs or a loved one's illness: