“Voices of Limerick” is a non-commercial choir whose membership is wholly voluntary. Its aim is to foster a love and knowledge of all music amongst its members and audiences.
On Thursday November 14th at 5.30pm in the University of Limerick, we will be lending our support to the #keeplyricinLimerick campaign by joining the Irish Chamber Orchestra and other choirs in Limerick for a #roarofsupport. We hope to convince RTE to reverse their decision on the future of Lyric FM in Limerick.
On November 22nd, we are delighted to take part in Rough Magic’s vivid and contemporary production of Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ in the Lime Tree Theatre on Friday 22nd November. Tickets are available here.
Research has shown that joining a choir can greatly benefit your mental health! We look forward to joining a number of choirs in Limerick for a night of choral singing on October 11th in St.Mary’s Cathedral at 7.30pm. Click on the link for more information: http://www.yourmentalhealth.ie/get-involved/news-events/events/limerick-mental-health-week-choir-night.html
We are delighted to take part in the 7th annual in our native city. It is a non-competitive choral festival that invites both national and international choirs to participate in a wonderful weekend of singing. Limerick Sings is presented annually by Campus Life Services and University Concert Hall and will see a variety of choral performances and events taking place throughout Limerick city and county. To download the Limerick Sings Brochure, please click on the link: Limerick Sings Brochure 2019
We were privileged to take part in the ‘Light a Memory’ ceremony in Milford Hospice on December 9th. This is a poignant and special occasion for families who have experienced bereavement in the Mid West region. The choir sang a selection of Christmas carols during the prayer service in the chapel. To sponsor a light on the tree at Milford Hospice, visit the following link: ‘Sponsor a Light’
On November 8th, we performed in St. Mary’s Cathedral in a concert to pay tribute to the famous Limerick opera singer, Catherine Hayes. The soloist for the evening was Limerick soprano, Sarah Dolan along with the tenor, Patrick Hyland.
On 21st May 2018, we were honoured for our contribution to music in the city over the past 25 years. We thank Mayor Keary and and the Council for their hospitality. Below is our chairperson, Deirdre Fox and conductor, Colette Davis receiving a presentation from Mayor Keary. An article in the Limerick Leader is available at the following link : Limerick Leader May 2018.
Some photos of our visit to the Dingle International Arts Festival. This is our first time taking part in the festival and we are privileged to have shared the weekend with artists such as Camille O’Sullivan, Johnny Duhan and the Dingle New Choir and Orchestra. Our recital took place in the Diseart Venue. We performed to a great audience and the sun shone brightly all weekend!
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