On Raglan Road

Traditional (Arr. Paul Hillier)

Chamber Choir Ireland
Conductor: Paul Hillier

Recorded in St Rumbold’s Cathedral, Mechelen, Belgium as part of the Lunalia Festival on 6 May, 2018.


Paul Hillier introduces Before Bach and After

Chamber Choir Ireland and Artistic Director Paul Hillier will embark on an ambitious series of four programmes spread across the 2018-19 season in which the complete motets of Bach will be presented together with related works by Brahms, Schütz, and a variety of medieval and contemporary composers. The concerts in this series will take place in Kilkenny, Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Limerick.


Drei Geisliche Gesänge

Alfred Schnittke

Chamber Choir Ireland
Conductor: Paul Hillier

Recorded in St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick, June 2017


Ninye sili nebesniya (Now the Powers of Heaven)

Giuseppe Sarti

Chamber Choir Ireland
Conductor: Paul Hillier

Recorded in St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick, June 2017


Choral Music in Ireland History & Evolution: Dr Harry White

Chamber Choir Ireland, in collaboration with the National Concert Hall’s Learning and Participation department, hosted a series of lectures entitled ‘Choral Music in Ireland: History and Evolution’ from 2017 – 2019 in the Kevin Barry Recital Room of the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Curated by Dr Stuart Kinsella (a tenor with Chamber Choir Ireland) the series explored the Chamber Choir’s history and origins by examining the tradition of choral music in Ireland, amateur and professional, both in Ireland and within a wider European context. In this lecture, Dr Harry White, Professor of Music at University College Dublin, presents ‘Imperial to Independent: 1850-1930’. Originally presented to a live audience on Tuesday 7 February 2017.