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

Upcoming Concerts

The Birds and the Bees Quartets

St Barrahane's Church, Castletownshend, West Cork

18 July 2024

Drone Mass

Conductor—Paul Hillier

St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny

10 August 2024


Watch & Listen


'Hvalite imia Ghospodne' from All Night Vigil Sergei Rachmaninov


Grace O'DuffyChoral Postcard: Little Alleluia



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Latest News

Applications now open for Tenso CONNECT—an international internship programme for singers and conductors

The European Network for Professional Chamber Choirs is now accepting applications for their international internship programme, Tenso CONNECT. Tenso CONNECT offers meaningful training and networking opportunities for conductors and singers, aiming to cultivate their potential as professional cultural communicators within society. The project will run from autumn 2024 through November 2025. The 24 singers and … Continued

Chamber Choir Ireland tours to the UK and Estonia this May

With the support of Culture Ireland / Cultúr Éireann, Chamber Choir Ireland will bring a selection of captivating contemporary choral music to the Arvo Pärt Centre (Estonia) and Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK) this May. The programme features the subtle unfolding of Arvo Pärt’s O Holy Father Nicholas—originally composed for the re-opening of St Nicholas’ church … Continued