Freshers’ Week 2010

Front Square during Fresher's Week

It’s that time of year again – Fresher’s Week is now but a few days away, and Choral is all set to get going with the new academic year. Our committee members will be at the society stand in Front Square throughout next week to sign up new members and also to welcome back previous members. Our main event for next week is a wine reception in the Eliz Rooms on the first floor of House 6 at 6 pm on Friday the 24th of September. We hope to see many of you there!

Of course, Choral will not truly be back in business until our first rehearsal in Regent House on Wednesday 29th September at 18:30. Our programme for the Michaelmas Term Concert will be a Christmas themed celebration of the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, consisting of Fantasia on Christmas Carols and Hodie and will take place in the Exam Hall, Trinity College. We looking foward to seeing you at our events over the coming weeks.


The Committee

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2010/2011 Society Committee

The makeup of the committee for the forthcoming year has been decided. Holly Furlong, the registrar of the society from last year will take over from David Kearney as the Secretary. Best of wishes to Holly and the entire committee for the upcoming year!

  • Chairperson – David Leigh
  • Secretary – Holly Furlong
  • Treasurer – David Alexander Robinson
  • Librarian – Judith Lyons
  • Registrar – Fionnuala Barrett
  • Friends’ Secretary – David Kearney
  • Social Secretary – Mabel O’Reilly
  • Publicity Officer – Ross Cullinane
  • Minutes’ Secretary – Adam Burke
  • General Officer – Dermot Frost
  • General Officer – Ellen Kruger
  • General Officer – Ciarán O’Rourke
  • General Officer – Gayle McGlynn
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Hilary Term Concert 2010

The performances of the Bach and Rutter Magnificats in March were hugely successful and brought the 2009/2010 season to a close. A huge thanks goes out to all that were involved with Choral throughout the year and we look forward to the 2010/2011 season with a great sense of anticipation.

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