LISMORAHAUN SINGERS RETURN SUNDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2014
The Lismorahaun Singers will return to weekly rehearsals starting Sunday, 7th September at 7:00pm at the St. John's Community Hall in Ballyvaughan (opposite the SPAR shop). We would like to extend a warm welcome to all our returning members, and those who might like come to the choir for the first time. We are a non-audition choir, and no prior experience or ability to read music is necessary. Just be willing to have a bit of fun and join in as we learn a new season of music. ALL ARE WELCOME.
For further details, please contact Martin Meyler, Lismorahaun Chairperson, at 086 173 5716 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
A warm Co. Clare welcome to our home on the web.
The Lismorahaun Singers is a unique choir based in North Clare on the west coast of Ireland. We are a non-auditioned choir of amateur singers who like to take on challenging works and to share the joy of singing with our community.
We create choral music because we love to sing. It is our wish to enjoin the whole of our community in song and to extend the boundaries of that singing as far as we can reach across the world. (more about our repertoire & philosophy...)
Founded in 1999 by a group of 10 people who wished to simply sing for a Christmas Mass in the Fanore Parish Church we are now some 70 members strong, our ages ranging from 7 to 70s. (find out how to join us...)
Our founding musical director and conductor is Archie Simpson who has guided the choir in the technique of ‘open singing’ that gives us our unique sound (more about our history...)
Our homes are in the villages and countryside of the karst-scraped Burren to the south of Galway Bay and the drumlin hills to the north of the Shannon Estuary. This is an area where traditional Irish music has long been cherished and flourishes today as it has done for centuries. We are the other musical face of the region: we sing choral works from the canon of classical music.
We perform both locally and abroad and our concerts alternate between an ensemble of classical pieces and a major work. (upcoming events ....)