Cantairí Óga Átha Cliath
- Rathmines, Co. Dublin
- Brian Dungan
Cantairí Óga Átha Cliath is a female voice choir based in Rathmines, Dublin and was founded in 1960 by Proinsias O'Ceallaigh. The choir has a junior girl’s section and an adult female section. Both Junior and Senior choirs enjoyed huge success over the years, under the baton of the late Brian O'Dubhghaill, winning awards in many competitions in Ireland and abroad.More +
The repertoire of Cantairí Óga Átha Cliath includes both sacred and secular works from many periods of musical history, including Gregorian chant, Renaissance Polyphony and Contemporary music.
Brian Dungan has conducted the choir since 2018 and under his guidance the choir is continuing its long tradition of choral music.
In November 2019 the choir competed in the 3rd International Choral Festival of Aveiro, Portugal, where they were awarded the festival Grand Prix, first prize in the Female Voice Competition and second prize in the Sacred Music Competition.