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Hilary Term 2016

In March 2016, Choral will be performing Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah. The concerts will take place on 23rd and 24th March in the Examination Hall, Trinity College. The upcoming term will also see the 2016 iteration of the Cherry Cup competition for unaccompanied vocal quartets. Stay tuned for more information regarding this event.

 

Rehearsals will commence on Wednesday 20th January at 6.45pm in Regent House (just above Front Arch). New members are welcome to join the choir on the night. If you have any questions regarding membership, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Handel’s Messiah Concert November 24th/25th

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***Online ticket sales for the Tuesday performance have now closed. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door from 7.30pm***

Tickets for the Wednesday performance remain available at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/handel-messiah-tickets-19498122409

 

George Friedrich Handel          Messiah

Conducted by David Leigh

With guest soloists

Join the University of Dublin Choral Society, Trinity’s oldest and largest choir, for a very special performance of one of the best loved choral works of all time: Handel’s Messiah. Echoing the first premiere of this work in Dublin back in 1742, the splendid setting of Trinity’s Examination Hall will help to get you in the festive mood just as December rolls around. Joined by guest soloists under the expert baton of David Leigh, the University of Dublin Choral Society invites you to mark the date in your diaries and join us for what promises to be a wonderful evening of music and festivities.

Doors open 7:30pm

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Freshers’ Week Concert

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Join us on Wednesday 23rd September for an exciting performance of some of the best loved choral works in the canon.

The University of Dublin Choral Society’s Summer Singers will be joined by the Viva String Ensemble, Niall O’Sullivan (trumpet) and guests for this concert.

Programme:
Vivaldi Gloria
Mozart Organ Solo Mass
Handel Let Thy Hand Be Strengthened
Handel “Eternal Source of Light Divine”

The concert will be conducted by Ross Cullinane.

Admission is free!

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Upcoming term

The Choral Society is proud to announce that in November 2015 the society will perform Handel’s world-famous Messiah in the College’s Public Theatre over two nights.

Do you want to be part of this? Whether you have been a member for years or are considering membership of the Choral Society for the first time, we would be delighted if you decided to join us in this exciting project. All vocal ranges and levels of singing experience are welcome. You can join at our stand in Front Square during Freshers’ Week 2015 (21-25 September) or at our first rehearsal on Wednesday, 30 September at 6.30pm in Regent House (Just above Front Arch). Please click here to learn more about the society’s history and here for more information about the society’s activities. Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Summer Singing is back!

Yes, if you’ve been suffering from unexplained mood swings, irritability, loss of motivation or just a vague sense of ennui (mainly on Wednesdays), this is what’s been missing from your life. Our dedicated group of Summer Singers will meet weekly to sing a wide variety of chamber music and put on some small concerts, under the baton of Ross Cullinane.

house6_borderThe concert schedule so far includes:

  • Saturday 20 June: ‘The North Began‘ symposium, JM Synge theatre, TCD, 4.30pm
  • Monday 6 July: Holy Trinity Church, Cookstown, Co Tyrone, 7pm.
  • Wednesday 23rd September: Freshers’ Week concert, Trinity Chapel, 8pm.

Rehearsals begin on Wed 3rd of June at 7pm in the Eliz Rooms (1st floor, House 6).

 

Whether you are a current member of Choral or would just like to try out something new over the holidays, sign up here. We look forward to seeing you!

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Summer Holidays

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Thanks to everyone for all their hard work over the year, producing two excellent concerts in College and a thrilling night in the National Concert Hall.

If you can’t do without Choral over the summer break, keep an eye on the website for smaller chamber events that may arise in the coming months. If you are on the current mailing list, you’ll be kept up to date, if not, sign up using the contact form here.

We are looking forward to performing the universally loved Handel’s Messiah in Michaelmas term, so if you are new to College or an old hand interested in joining Choral, why not get in touch or come and visit our stand in Front Square during Fresher’s Week? New members are always welcome and you don’t have to audition. We look forward to meeting you.

Enjoy your holidays!

 

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Choral+ Trinity Week Concert

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If you’d like to hear Choral performing on a smaller scale, why not drop in to our free chamber music event in Trinity Week?

FitzgeraldChoral+ is a small vocal ensemble consisting of students, staff and graduate members of the University of Dublin Choral Society. Informal in nature, and with a wide repertoire, the group has performed at receptions and events both on and off campus.

Choral+, conducted by our Librarian, Ross Cullinane, will perform ‘A Little Light Music’, a short a cappella concert of pieces on the theme of ‘Light’ in the Fitzgerald Library (Physics), Tuesday 14th April, 5.45pm

This event is open to the public, no booking required.

 

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Choral+ Trinity Week Concert

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Finally Choral+ is returning to the spotlight!!

If you fancy the idea of singing in a smaller chamber ensemble, this is the event for you.

We have been kindly invited to take part in the Trinity Week celebrations with a concert on Tuesday the 14th of April, in the early evening. The theme for the concert is ‘Light’ and our esteemed Librarian, Ross Cullinane will conduct.

So take the plunge and sign up here

The first rehearsal will be after the main Choral Rehearsal at 9pm, Wed 11th March.

Check out the Choral+ page for information and updates.

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