We’ve added some photos from our latest Poem for a Song performances at Newcastle Community Cinema and the Verbal Arts Centre in Londonderry to our Facebook page. Check them out below. Also, be sure not to miss our next performance on June 5th at 3pm at The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre in Armagh! … More Pictures from Newcastle and Londonderry
Join us on a journey into a world of lyrical texts, songs and poems that capture the heartbeat of what it is to be human. With a selection of wonderful poetry and arrangements of new and old music, ‘A Poem For A Song’ brings a delightful new twist to the performance of poetry. From humble … More Poem for a Song Tour Dates Announced!
Throughout January, the choir has been busy practicing pieces for a new show, “Poem for a Song”. In this exciting collaboration with poet Ruth Carr and The Henry Girls, we will perform at several literary events throughout Northern Ireland in May and June, combining both popular and new poetry with some stunning musical arrangements. Event … More Poem for a Song – Update!
Join us as we embark on rehearsals for our our exciting new project, Poem for a Song! Antrim Community Choir, internationally acclaimed folk trio The Henry Girls, and renowned local poet, Ruth Carr, will collaborate to perform at different venues and literary festivals countrywide over the forthcoming year. This marriage of art forms perfectly combines singing … More Poem for a Song
Massive congratulations to all the guys and girls at Quire for celebrating their 10th anniversary with a night to remember. Antrim Community Choir were delighted to perform with you on stage with the ladies from Accolade and enjoy your show along with amazing Dublin based choir, Gloria. It was a pleasure to meet you all.
The choir then took its Christmas break until 7 January, when love songs started to be heard at Clotworthy as we rehearsed – how romantic! This was for 2015’s first fund-raising event, which is about to take place: Love is in the air for the choir’s first event of 2015: the Valentine’s concert, “Love to Sing” … More Please join us at the Ramble Inn!
For a second year, Massereene Golf Club hosted Antrim Community Choir’s fund-raising concert, Festive Voices, on Friday 19 December, 2014. An entertaining and fun-filled event, a packed programme featured not only the choir, who rang sleigh bells to jolly up a few of the Christmas songs, but the prestigious group The Henry Girls, who were … More Massereene Golf Club
To paraphrase the refrain from the old song After the Ball: After the tour is over, After the castles’ closed – After the singers’ leaving; After the music’s gone; Many a member’s saddened If you could hear them say – Many of them are wondering: What comes next? What came next was practise, practise, practise … More After the Tour…
Antrim Community Choir ended its summer season with two tea parties. First, Honorary Chairperson Marie Mulholland received an invitation from Northern Ireland Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers, to represent the choir at the Garden Party at Hillsborough Castle on Tuesday 24 June. TV news a few nights before the event revealed that Her Majesty Queen … More A Tale of Two Tea Parties