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ANYONE WHO loves singing and who "wants a challenge" is being encouraged to audition for the Galway Choral Association, which is currently seeking new members.
Love singing and want a challenge? Then the Galway Choral Association is now looking new singers, former members, and people who want to return to choral singing.
A concert later this month will raise much-needed funds for Tomorrow for Tomás, a charity set up to assist Tomás, a bright chatty boy originally from Renmore and now living in Corofin, who has faced some major challenges in his first seven years.
Galway Choral Association is 20 years young in 2018, and to mark the occasion they are hosting a gala concert this weekend.
If you love singing, the Galway Choral Association (GCA) wants to hear from you. The Association is a 60–voice community choir and has vacancies for men and women who want to make great music. The association’s 20th anniversary is in 2018, and they will host a special Gala concert in January. The programme will include Fauré’s “Requiem”, with Galway natives soprano Aisling Kenny and organist David Grealy. Later in 2018, the choir will visit Germany, to sing Vaughan Williams’ “Dona Nobis Pacem” with Ulm Chor Levantate.
The best choristers from Galway and Wales will perform a special Christmas concert later this month.
NORTH WALES' leading male voice choir, Cantorion Gogledd Cymru, will join the Galway Choral Association for a concert in the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday 17 December 17 at 8pm.
If you love singing and would like an exciting new challenge, the Galway Choral Association wants to hear from you.
One of Galway’s most enduring, most enjoyable, and most enjoyed institutions is the community based musical group, St Patrick’s Brass Band. The band was founded in Forster Street in 1896 and they have been entertaining Galwegians since.
A total of 93 groups across Galway are to share in €385,000 in funding this year under the Galway City Council’s Arts Grants 2016 scheme.