The new choir has a membership of almost thirty boys, drawn from fifteen schools in the Drogheda area. Practices are held in the Holy Family Community Centre, Balls grove, Drogheda. The purpose of the choir is to help boys become aware of, and develop, their singing potential, promote their self-esteem and provide the foundation for lifetime participation in choral music. The aim is to provide the boys with first class voice/music training and performance experience that will lead to excellence in choral singing. As well as weekly singing practice we have begun a series of vocal training workshops delivered by Alan Leech, Chamber Choir Ireland.
Drogheda Male Voice Choir
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Drogheda Male Voice Choir was formed in 2013 with David Leddy as musical director. Most of the almost fifty members have long associations with music performance in the Drogheda community.
This Choir gives audiences the opportunity to enjoy the special sound of the collective male voice in song. Our goal is to forge friendships between members in a totally stress-free environment and to develop relationships with other choirs throughout Ireland and Europe. We toured Wales, as guest of the Aber Valley Male Voice Choir in 2014; sang in
London’s Royal Albert Hall at the 25th London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs in 2016; and visited Rome in 2018 where we sang in St. Peter’s Basilica and at a private audience of Pope Francis. In addition to a number of public concerts throughout the year the choir performs at weddings, funeral and church services as well as events supporting local charities.
Dundalk, Co. Louth
Setanta Choir is a mixed voice choir under the baton of Choir Director Una Murphy. The choir rehearses every
Wednesday evening in The DKit, Dundalk from 7.00pm - 9.20pm.
Since its establishment in 1978, the choir has performed in many major venues at home and abroad, including the National Concert Hall, Dublin, and the Waterfront in Belfast with regular performances in Dundalk. The choir's repertoire covers a wide range of music; traditional, modern and classical. New members are always welcome. An ability to sight read is not a requirement but is an advantage.
Tredagh Singers, originally St Peter’s Choral Group, was established in 1970 by Eugene Mooney. This mixed- voice large choir prepares large scale sacred music works for performance in the Drogheda area which are
performed with the assistance of local musicians and solo singers.
Tredagh also performs an annual Christmas concert and regularly performs as guests at other concerts in the Drogheda area. the choir rehearses on Mondays between 8 and 10 pm in St Ita’s School, Drogheda and is very welcoming of new members.