Formed in 2002, the AIB Choral Society is a mixed-voice choir comprising 50 members. Our repertoire encompasses a wide variety of music including Classical, Sacred, Opera, Folk, Musicals, Cinema/TV and World Music.
Core activities include the annual Christmas and Summer concerts and we have given concerts in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Belfast, Carrick-on-Shannon and Lismore in aid of local charities (including Cancer Care West, RNLI, Barnardos and Focus Ireland).
In addition, we have won prizes in competitions and festivals in Kilcoole, Arklow, Sligo and Dublin. We have enjoyed meeting international choirs while performing abroad in: Royal Albert Hall London as part of the Really Big Chorus singing Karl Jenkins’ Armed Man (2008), the Krakow Music Festival (2009), the Vienna Advent Singing Festival (2012) and the Prague Autumn Choral Festival (2016). We rehearse with our musical director, Ernest Dines, every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 in Ballsbridge. New members are always welcome.
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.
Amici Vocal Ensemble is an adult ladies choir, currently with 25 members. The choir is in it's third year and going from strength to strength. We rehearse every Thursday morning during term time in the Samuel Beckett Civic Centre in Ballyogan in Dublin from 11am – 1pm. Our musical director is David Flood. David is well known on the music scene and is director and conductor of various choirs in Dublin. We sing a wide variety of songs from all around the world, and perform for charities and in Nursing homes. This has proven to be a very enjoyable experience for everybody. We have a great St.Patrick’s day repertoire, and we even took centre stage in the St. Stephen’s Green shopping centre, singing Christmas carols for charity. There are no auditions for the choir, it’s all about singing for fun, with time for a chat and a cup of coffee half way through.
An Cor Choir
Dublin 12, Co. Dublin
An Cor Choir was formed 9 years ago and is based in Greenhills Community Centre, Dublin 12. We practice every Monday 7.45-9.30pm under our musical director Michael Fay.
Ardú is Ireland’s premier a cappella vocal ensemble. This five-voice group is internationally recognised, having represented Ireland at the Tempere Vocal Festival in Finland, as well as being asked to perform on the Sky 1 a cappella show ‘Sing: Ultimate A Cappella’.
Ardú are also busy at home in Ireland, performing throughout the country. Recent performances include Miserere (Allegri) at City Hall, Dublin (part of MusicTown 2017), special guest performances at the Dublin Choral Festival and VocaJazz, a newly created show of jazz arrangements curated by Artistic Director Ciarán Kelly.
The ensemble are musicians in residence at An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk and have developed educational partnerships with Dundalk Institute of Technology and St Kevins School, Crumlin. Their education programme is popular amongst schools around Ireland and continues to reach young singers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
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.
The Artane Youth Choir was established in 2015 and welcomes members aged between 13
and 18 years of age. Membership is open to all secondary school students and all levels of
ability and standard are welcome.
The choir perform in and around Dublin throughout the year including an annual performance in the National Concert Hall as part of the Artane School of Music Showcase.
In 2016 the choir travelled to London to perform Handel’s Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall alongside 1,200 children from around the UK.
The choir performs a wide range of music from broadway, classical, modern etc. under the baton of conductor Dave O’Connor. Rehearsals take place in the Artane School of Music on Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 8.30pm (Sept to May).
Balbriggan Gospel Choir is a community based choir in the town of balbriggan. We aim to provide weekly interactive rehearsals for out members, our core focus is on mindfulness and community inclusion.
Ballinteer Male Voice Choir
Balinteer, Co. Dublin
Established in 1994, the Ballinteer Male Voice Choir comprises 40 members arranged in four sections. We are based in South Dublin and rehearsals are held each Thursday from 7.45 pm to 9.45 pm in the Ballinteer Community School