Aoide Voices - Community Choir
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Aoide: pronounced Ay-oh-dee & means 'to sing'. In Greek mythology, Aoide was the muse of song.
Aoide is an adult choir for all voices and all abilities led by professional opera singer Owen Gilhooly & the Mid-West Vocal Academy.
As we look ahead to the new year we are recruiting new members to join us.
When: (September - June) Monday's 19:30 – 21:30 (possibly extending to 22:00 later in the term)
Where Kilmurry Arts and Heritage Centre, Castletroy, Limerick
Cost: €5 weekly plus yearly registration of €50
What to expect: NO AUDITIONS! Fun! You can expect a stimulated and fun learning environment with keen focus on a solid breathing and vocal technique. We’ll be developing a new repertoire to cater for all tastes. All this choir needs is some commitment and an openness to share and develop and it will flourish.
Singing for many people is an outlet for joy, stress relief and communication. These sessions will encourage all these aspects through warm ups, workshops and time with visiting instructors who can help to open our minds to so many possibilities. It’s going to be a great adventure for everyone so leave you’re cares at the door and come and sing your heart out!
Almost forgot - you can also expect a cup of tea and a chat!!
Director/Musical Director: Owen Gilhooly - Tenor
Administrator: Rachel Martin
Enquiries: 083 4659415 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Aoide - A Choir for All
Aoide (Pronounced as Ay-oh-dee, meaning 'to sing') was formed in September 2014, as part of the Mid-West Vocal Academy and Music School & is a mixed voice community choir based in the Castletroy area of Limerick. In Greek mythology, Aoide was the muse of song and we love to sing!
In its short existence, the choir has grown to fifty members and has already performed many fundraising concerts, most recently raising money for Limerick Animal Welfare, Limerick Lions Club and CMRF Crumlin.
The choir covers popular, upbeat music & is non-auditioning. Everyone from the beginner to the experienced is welcome to join in a relaxed and fun learning environment, led by international tenor, Owen Gilhooly.
Most recently Aoide won the Delia Murphy Competition for First Time Competitors at the 2017 Mayo International Choral Festival.
The choir rehearses on Monday nights from 19:30 at Kilmurry Arts and Heritage Centre. Further details can be found at www.midwestvocalacademy.com