The Glasnevin Musical Society was founded in 1958 and since that date the Society has staged more than 50 operettas and musicals at many venues including the National Concert Hall, the Gaiety and the Olympia theatres.
We’ve entertained the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese at a family day in Áras an Úachtaráin, performed with Perry Como for his last ever Christmas Show in the Point Depot and performed at the Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympic World Games (2003). We’ve also participated in numerous broadcasts on Television and Radio. Over the last year our focus has moved back to choral singing and our repertoire covers a wide variety of musical tastes from the classic to the contemporary and from Broadway to Baroque.
She is the Lead of Guys & Dolls, who are three time IABS National Mixed-Voice Quartet Gold Champions & SABS International Bronze Quartet winners, and Lead of The HoneyTones, 2019 IABS National Women’s Quartet Gold Champions. She is Musical Director of the award-winning JAVA Ladies’ Chorus and Forte! Mixed Voice Choir.
In a time when lockdown became a language the community understood - Social distancing and staying at home - the true essence of community shone through. A choir forming in the midst of trying times, to pull together, to shine hope and joy virtually & then in person...
Nothing is more powerful than a community of people - Neighbours, friends, the kids that play on our streets, the person you meet in the shops, the walkers by, people we recognise, peoples we know and people we don’t know - we’re still a community.
People from here and people from there - we all call the village our home.
This choir is for everyone - The neighbours, the young & young at heart.
Singing A wide variety of music from pop, traditional, gospel and contemporary music.
Skibbereen Community Choir is a social musical choral experience, directed by singer-songwriter Liz Clark. Practicing one song each week exploring harmony, blending, melody and solo, singing through popular songs.