The thirty-odd members are under the musical direction of Eamon O’Malley, himself an accomplished musician.
Practice is held every Monday in St. Joseph’s Church, Ferryhouse, Clonmel where the choir sings once a month at Mass. The choir always welcomes new members. Belle Voci choir stage two concerts a year, Christmas and Summer, and also take part in competitions and perform as guests at other concerts.
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.
We were formed in January 2016 by a small group of women with a common interest in singing for pleasure. Our membership has since grown and our women hail from many parts of the globe and have a wide age range. We strongly believe in being inclusive and welcoming. As well as being a forum for social interaction we aim to build community through singing and connecting artistically with each other.
We cover a range of material in our repertoire, primarily secular and often religious. Our performances to date have included our annual Christmas concerts in the atmospheric surroundings of Cahir Castle, a full concert themed around the music of the 1960s, concerts in the historic St. Paul's Church in Cahir, participation in workshops and festivals and guest appearances at local fund-raising events.
Community Choir… participates in Community activities.. both social& ecumenical… a reconvened choir after Covid… hoping to encourage more participants to join a happy& friendly group of like minded musical lovers with a broad range of interests& talents.
With members drawn from the town of Carrick on Suir and its hinterland, the choir performs a variety of genres from traditional church music to folk hymns and contemporary pieces. The choir has performed at various voluntary and fundraising events in the locality.
The Mellow Tones
Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary
A female voice choir, running since 2017, in Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary.