Ireland’s flagship choral ensemble and national chamber choir under the Artistic Direction of Paul Hillier

Upcoming Concerts

Northern Lights with Guest Director Sofi Jeannin

Pepper Canister, Dublin

19 February 2022


Watch & Listen


'On Raglan Road' at Áras an UachtaráinTrad. Arr. Paul Hillier


Grace O'DuffyChoral Postcard: Little Alleluia


Choral Music in Ireland History & EvolutionColin Mawby


Santa RatnieceHoro Horo Hata Hata



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Latest News

President Michael D. Higgins releases series of Chamber Choir Ireland performances from Áras an Uachtaráin

President Michael D. Higgins has announced that a special set of musical performances recorded by Chamber Choir Ireland in Áras an Uachtaráin will be released to the public over the coming days in the run up to Christmas 2021. The performances, conducted by Chamber Choir Ireland’s Artistic Director Paul Hillier, will be available on … Continued

Chamber Choir Ireland welcomes Guest Director Nils Schweckendiek this November

This November, we are delighted to welcome Nils Schweckendiek, Artistic Director of the Helsinki Chamber Choir, as our Guest Director for a concert entitled Soul Peace. The concert will feature two madrigals by Paul Hindemith, the Irish Premiere of a work by Eugene Birman, a psalm in three movements by Amy Beach, the second outing of … Continued