Do You Enjoy Singing?
Would you enjoy being part of a community choir learning to sing a wide range of music?
Would you like to join in the fun of weekly rehearsals, participating in concerts twice a year and annual trips both local and abroad?
Then come along to Malahide Community School (Scoil Iosa) Thursday 15th, 22nd and 29th September at 7:30pm for a taste of choral singing.
We are a fun, sociable, mixed adult choir with a broad music range based in Malahide. We have about 80 members and are looking for new members, men and women. No previous experience necessary, no audition, no need to be able to read music, you just need to enjoy it.
For more information you can contact the choir secretary, Deirdre, at email@example.com
Our first post-Covid concert titled Melodies in May will take place in Seabury Church on Friday 20th May at 7.30pm.
Tickets are €15 and can be bought at:
All proceeds will go to the Irish Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The choir resumed rehearsals in September in preparation for our Winter 2016 and Spring 2017 programme.
Our first event will be a performance of Handel’s Messiah in St. Anne’s Church in Portmarnock on Sunday 27th November at 7:30pm.
Our soloists on the evening will be Mary Callan Clarke, Declan Kelly and Tristan Caldwell. David Leigh will be our organist and our conductor will be Cathal Clinch.
It will be a great way to start off the Christmas season and tickets are only €10.
If you are familiar with the piece why not bring along your score and join in with us from your seat.
On Friday 9th December we will be singing Christmas carols and choruses from the Messiah in Seabury Church, Malahide.
As always, over the weekend before Christmas we will be carol singing around Malahide for charity. This years chosen charity is the Malahide Lions Club Christmas Appeal.