Culture Night 2017 St Anne’s Shandon

A varied mix of choral and early music from the 16th century and two pieces from the 19th Century composed by Dublin born Charles Villiers Stanford.

Sicut Cervus – Palestrina
The Silver Swan – Orlando Gibbons
Il est Bel est Bon – Passerau
Justorum Animae and Beati Quorum Via – Charles Stanford
Christus Factus Est – Anerio

St Peter’s Church, Cork Saturday, May 27th 2017

Music for the Soul

Robert HowellsSpring concert featuring Mozart’s Missa Brevis in G, the hauntingly beautiful Requiem by Robert Howells and two early pieces by renaissance Franco Flemish composer Jacques Arcadelt, Dolci Parole Morte and Ite Tristi Sospiri.




St Anne’s, Shandon   Saturday November 26th 2016 at 6.00pm        St Multose, Kinsale Friday November 25th 2016 at 8.00pm

Songs for a Winter’s Evening

Cork Chamber Choir, under the baton of Tom Crowley, perform a winter concert at St Multose, Kinsale Fri 25th Nov at 8pm and St Anne’s, Shandon Sat 26th at 6pm. Programme includes works by Mendelssohn, Victoria, Part, Lauridsen, Early and McGlynn.

Admission €10/7 concessions


Saturday, June 4th 2016 at 1.00pmPoster CCC 2016


St Peter’s (former Vision Centre)

North Main Street, Cork

Songs of Identity and Freedom

A programme of Spanish and Irish music featuring premieres by Dante Andreo, Sam Barker and Ben Hanlon.

Admission Free/retiring collection





Honan-Chapel-University-College-Cork-2012Wednesday April 1st 2015 at 6.00pm

The Honan Chapel, University College Cork

Cantique de Jean Racine
by Gabriel Fauré

Admission Free/All Welcome





Cathedral of St Fachtna's

Tuesday March 31st 2015 at 8.00pm

The Cathedral Church of St. Fachtna, Rosscarbery

Cantique de Jean Racine
by Gabriel Fauré

Admission Free/All Welcome





Saturday May 3rd 2014 1.10pm

Teampall Fuaime poster final

Triskel Christchurch


Teampall Fuaime (sound temple) is the result of
an 8-month project between composer Ian Wilson
and Cork Chamber Choir.

Presented as part of Cork International Choral Festival
in association with Triskel Christchurch, Teampall fuaime
was funded through the Arts Council of Ireland’s Artist in
the Community scheme managed by CREATE.

Admission: €10/€7 concession






October 12th 2013 8pm wpBraunschwConsort

St. John the Baptist Church, Midleton

Cork Chamber Choir & The Dublin Viols, with Nina Treadwell (lute)


This is the record of John (Gibbons)

Super flumina babylonis (de Monte)

Quomodo cantibimus (Byrd)

Fire, Fire (Morley)
Now us the Month of Maying (Morley)
My Bonny Lass She Smileth (Morley)
Can She Excuse my Wrongs (Dowland)
Fine Knacks for Ladies (Dowland)
Weep you no more (Dowland)
Il Bianco e Dolce Cigno (Arcadelt)
Il est Bel et Bon (Passereau)
The Silver Swan (Gibbons)





April 20th 2013 6pm
St. Anne’s, Shandon

Is Mairg an Te gan ceol
Concert of Irish Music

The Spring (Tarik O’Reagan)
Is Mairg an Te gan ceol (Solfa Carlile)
The Deer’s Cry (Arvo Part)
Joyce Ayres  (Douglas Gunn)
An Craobh Chrom (Seamus de Barra)
Sliabh gCua (Gerard Victory)
The Bluebird (C.V. Stanford)

Concert will last approx 1 hr.
Tickets €10 (€5 concessions)
Tickets available on the door 




Saturday 22nd December: 6pm
St. Anne’s Church, Shandon
Tickets €10/€5
We just can’t wait to sing the whole set of Burt Carols and few more of our favourite carols in this incredible venue. A perfect respite from the madness, this concert will last under an hour. Everyone welcome to this Cork landmark.


Saturday 22nd December: 8pm
Christmas with Mary Hegarty 
Cork School of Music
for details see official page
tickets €30/25

Sunday 23rd December: 3pm
Christmas with Mary Hegarty 
Cork School of Music
for details see official page
tickets €30/25 

Sunday 23rd December: 5.30pm
Carols in Tom Barry’s
Informal performance – no admission charge 

Sunday 23rd December: 7.30pm
Carols in the Bodega
Informal performance – no admission charge