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What's involved?

 Our 2023/24 term started on Monday 4th September.   

We were delighted with the influx of new voices in September which means that we are currently at capacity for all voices except for the favoured Bassess, see above.  ( Other singers can apply to be put on a waiting list and we will contact you at the start of our 2024/25 term) 

During this term, so far we   

  • learned new pieces for our trip to Lake Garda in October last, 
  • had a most enjoyable ''Messiah Come and Sing'' workshop and concert on 28th October;    
  • will give a short (10 mins approx.) performance at the Tallaght Person of the Year in the Civic Theatre on 12 November,  
  • be involved in the Community Remembrance Service and Carol Service 
  • have started to practise for our orchestral performance of Messiah in the Helix on 14 April 2024.  That will now be our main emphasis.  

So something for everyone 

We hold practice sessions in St Mary's Priory, Tallaght Village weekly on Monday nights from 7.45 -9.45 pm. Our usual  concert season runs from September 2023 to late May 2024.

                              We have an extra special student/refugee rate

Click on News and Events page to see our draft programme of events  

What's expected of me?

Mainly commitment to learn the pieces together with an ability to sing in pitch and with accurate rhythm. You do not need to be able to read music or have had formal voice lessons.  These are useful skills but not essential. Our practice nights help all members brush up on their vocal and musical skills.  Your fellow singers will help you sing better and we will also tell you about useful sites where you can listen to and learn your line. There's lots of help around, so don't be afraid to ask. 

Tallaght Choral Society is made up of a diverse group of people of all ages and backgrounds. There is a great friendly social aspect to our choir.  We  actively welcome new members and we have a special rate for students /refugees 

We aim to help everyone improve their vocal/performance skills, get to know their fellow singers and most importantly enjoy themselves.

We usually hold up to four performances a year and we often collaborate with other large choral and orchestral groups.

How do I join?

If you are interested but don't have a lot of experience with choirs, why not just come along on Mondays and try out a rehearsal or two. No harm in testing the water to see whether our music suits you !! After a few weeks, Tallaght Choral Society will do a voice placement check to assess which voice part is best for you.

To find out more, please contact us at or just take the plunge and join us on Mondays!