Return to practice at 8pm for everyone. Dominican College, in the hall.
Dolce takes a well deserved break for the Summer!
Singing in a choir can bring you to unexpected places, at unexpected times. Like Dollymount Strand, for instance, at seven o’clock on a Sunday morning in May. Yes, this was our second year participating in The Dawn Chorus, an event in which Active Retirement groups combine with choirs to welcome with song a Summer daybreak,…Details
Annual Summer Night Out
Sunday 22nd May…9.30 am…. Dominican College Griffith Avenue…Lovely bright sunny morning…We’re all on the bus (well, most of us..some are travelling separately..). Lorcan does a roll-call, and away we go. The journey to New Ross passes pleasantly and we arrive in good spirits.We find the restaurant where a snack lunch awaits us (well organised, Lorcan)…Details
Were you there? (…to the tune of ‘There was an old person of Cromer’…) ‘There was… there was… a choiiiir, from Dublin Who went… who went… to Cork, for an International Choral Festival. When… they heard the results… They jump- They jump- They jump- They jump-pt Over the moon. But… can they do even better…Details
Dolce was delighted and proud to be awarded 1st prize in the National Open Competition and 2nd prize in the Church Music Competition in the recent Cork International Choral Festival. Performing “Were You There?” (traditional, arranged by Paul Harte) and “There was an Old Lady of France” and “There was an Old Person of Cromer”…Details
The much anticipated workshop by Dr. Albert Bradshaw took place on Thursday 9th April. Some of us were already acquainted with the teacher, choirmaster and adjudicator, others waited with some trepidation. We were well primed by our own conductor Deirdre in advance. After a short warm-up the maestro went to work weaving his magic and creating…Details
Practice for Cork Choral Festival
Masterclass with Dr. Albert Bradshaw