We are a community singing group of children made up of several rural areas. Our kids are aged 4-15 and we perform several times a year. We also record when we get the opportunity. We focus on cooperation, technique, supporting each other and love the challenge of harmonies and solos
Artane Community Choir took part in a cross border collaboration, which performed Mendelssohn's Second Symphony in the National Concert Hall and Ulster Hall, Belfast. More recently they have held a Christmas Concert in the Marino Chapel, Marino Institute of Education and they were invited to perform in the Lord Mayors Christmas Concert in the Mansion House in December 2018.
One of the main highlights of the year is performing with the Artane Band at the Annual Showcase in the National Concert Hall.
They are a non-auditioning, three-part choir. An independent community choir, SGC is informal and social by nature, and takes part in church, community and charity events. The Musical Director is Richard Mitchell. Practices take place on Thursday nights.
The newly formed TribeTones, Galway's contemporary choir are +65 members strong and welcome all abilities. Galway's hottest new choir was founded in March 2018 and is directed by pianist, teacher and
Musical Director Sean Rowland.
The TribeTones enjoy a fun and relaxed rehearsal atmosphere with a modern & upbeat repertoire.
They are not a ‘Gospel’ Choir or a ‘Choral’ group but a collection of fantastic personalities with a zest for singing as one, performing and generally loving life.
Their songs vary, they dance a little and they have an active social life too.
They have already performed for many prestigious Gala dinner's & Charity events, and also love to sing in church, in shopping centres with street performances also a favourite. They have already enjoyed Radio & TV appearances too and are available to hire for corporate events & private celebrations
Ború Singers, a four-part 'a cappella' choir, has delighted audiences throughout East Clare, North Tipperary and Limerick since 2010. It evolved from Ballina Church Choir and some of the members are singing together for well over thirty years.
The Portmarnock Singers are a mixed voice choir from the picturesque seaside resort of Portmarnock, North Co. Dublin. The Choir was established in 1976 by a group of people who aspired to foster excellence in choral singing combined with fun and friendship. The “Singers” have successfully maintained that focus over the years and in 2016 celebrated their 40th anniversary with great pride.
The Choir’s repertoire includes classical, sacred, popular and gospel music and has included a co-production of Handel’s Messiah.They have performed in the National Concert Hall, the Helix, Farmleigh House, Dublin Castle, Dublin Airport, RTE 1, Lyric FM and further afield in Prague, Baden Baden and Krakow. Their 40th festivities saw them take part in the International Advent Singing Festival in Vienna. Their annual Christmas Concert is eagerly awaited to launch the festive season in Portmarnock.
The choir’s competitive instinct has seen them competing at many Choral Festivals including Sligo, Navan, Arklow, Cork, and Dublin Feis Ceoil., while their commitment to the “ Community” aspect of the choir is evidenced by their regular performances at local charity and community events.
Nothing activates as many areas of the brain as music. Singing is a stimulating experience which triggers all sorts of positive energy in the mind and body. Social interaction is the best way to shake off the blues. Put it all together, and you get Choral Singing at its best.
SFTHOI is an a cappella choir of people who love to sing and who want to learn to do it better and with other people. It generates its energy and laughter from the heady mixture of good vocal technique, genuine teamwork and rock ‘n’ roll. The individual satisfaction comes when people achieve things they never thought they’d do. To join, the requirements are simple - that you can sing in tune and you want what SFTHOI is selling!
SFTHOI rehearses weekly on Wednesdays from 8 to 10pm in Dundrum Methodist Church, Ballinteer Road, D16.