Thursday, 24th May 2018
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We have returned back to rehearsals after the Christmas break As we begin a new Year we reflect back on our performances during the year 2017 and hope we gave joy to our audience.

We had a busy schedule under our musical director Catherine Power.

November we sang at St Johns Church and Edmond Rice Chapel.

November 19th we were happy to be invited again to sing for The Road Traffic association which was a very moving and a poignant service held in the Tower Hotel.

December was very busy Carol singing at various Locations including Winterval. Carols by candlelight at Edmond Rice Chapel

December 13th we were delighted to participate with Dordan Group and Guests at their Concert held at WIT to a large audience, monies raised went to The Holy Ghost Residential Care, Cork Road, It was great to see some of the residents and Matron enjoy the evening.

We also took part in St. Joseph & St Benildus Christmas Concert on 20th December.

On February 21st 2018 we have our Annual Quiz at River View Cottage Knockboy.

We are busy rehearsing for our Annual Concert which will take place on 11th May 2018 at The Large Room City Hall.

As a Choir we are happy singing for the pleasure of ourselves and the enjoyment of others.


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