Ardmore Community Choir
- Ardmore, Co. Waterford
- Anne Gartland
Sing Ireland has a growing membership of singing groups, choirs, festivals, companies and individuals. For convenience, we have grouped these by location.
We rehearse every Monday night in the church at De La Salles college Waterford at 7pm till 9pm. Our MD is a young man named Damien Kehoe.More +
Our Repertoire includes Gregorian Plain Chant and Contemporary Chant, and also an eclectic mix of modern music and original arrangements.
Edmund Rice Choral and Musical Society is an all-female choir based in Waterford City singing for the entertainment of others and the enjoyment of themselves.More +
Through regular performances, sharing music with other groups and frequent social outings for members, ERCMS strives to promote the enjoyment of music for all. Rehearsals take place every Thursday from 7.45-9.45 pm in the Chapel of the Edmund Rice International Heritage Centre, Barrack Street, Waterford. For further information on ERCMS, please contact 087 9647231
Madrigallery is a multi award-winning community chamber choir based in Waterford City with Dr. Kevin O’Carroll as its Musical Director since the mid-1990s.More +
The choir has a wide-ranging repertoire from earliest plainchant to works by modern composers, including pieces specifically created for Madrigallery. The choir is renowned for delivering high-end performances in collaboration with professional musicians and soloists from Ireland and beyond, with acclaimed productions of Mozart’s REQUIEM, Karl Jenkins’ THE ARMED MAN and Ireland’s first community choir production of JUBILATE DEO by Dan Forrest, to name but a few. The choir's long-standing commitment to excellence has made it a firm favourite with both audiences and reviewers. Most recently, Madrigallery won in several categories of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Waterford News & Star Green Room Awards, securing the rare honour of topping the vote for "Choir of the Year", "Concert of the Year" and “Musical Director of the Year”.
Based in Waterford, South East Ireland, Voci is a female voice choir founded by Anne Barry and currently conducted by Fintan Scanlon. Since its establishment in 2005, the choir has been contributing to the musical life of the city, giving recitals and sharing concerts with other local groups. Voci has had competitive successes at Arklow and New Ross Choral Festivals. The choir's repertoire explores a range of music from early polyphony to arrangements of light music and also includes music by Irish composers. The choir recently sang at the St. Patrick's Day Mass for the Irish Community in Rome and also performed in The Pantheon and Teatro Don Bosco.
VoiceOver choir is a small dedicated group of experienced singers based in Dungarvan Co. Waterford who love to sing from popular to classical pieces.More +
From its establishment by Mary Lawless in Autumn 2014 the Choirs highlights include; performing on air as part of RTE Lyric FM’s Carol for Christmas Competition 2015 ;participating in the official ceremonies for Ireland 2016 singing our especially commissioned Centenary music, hosting an Autumn Concert with guest Soprano Cara O’Sullivan and singing solo and with massed choirs in Waterford Lions Club WLR FM Christmas Appeal Concert 2016. We practice on Tuesday nights from 7.30 – 9pm. Find and like us on FB.
Waterford Male Voice Choir, now in its tenth year, has become one of the premier male voice choirs in the country.More +
From an initial group of just ten members, the choir has gone from strength to strength and now has 50 singers. The choir's wide, varied repertoire is drawn from around the world. The choir is directed by Cian O’Carroll and ably assisted by Cecilia Kehoe as accompanist. The choir rehearses on Tuesdays from 8pm at Glor Na Mara Primary School, Tramore, Co. Waterford.
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