Boydell is an upper voice choir. Founded in 2003 by Jeremy Quartermaine and is named after composer, Brian Boydell. We have always competed in choral competitions and traveled abroad for performances. In More recent events Boydell has taken part in the Derry Choral festival where we competed in the Upper Voices national competition and achieved second place, Feis Ceoil where we achieved 2nd place in the ladies’ voices competition, and have even secured a spot as a featured role in an upcoming Irish movie set to be released in 2024.
Conducted by Lara Brady.

The Trinity College Singers, founded in 1948, is the founding mixed voice choir of the Trinity Singers Society. The Trinity Singers have performed across Europe in places such as Paris, France; Budapest, Hungary; Lisbon, Portugal; and of course the beautiful Trinity College Chapel where we hold our bi-annual concerts.
The choir perform from a wide range of styles and regularly compete in national competitions. In October 2023, the Trinity Singers were awarded first prize in the Mixed Voice competition at the City of Derry International Choir Festival.
Conducted by Callum Jeacle.

The Trinity Belles are Trinity College Dublin’s one and only all-female A Capella group. With songs ranging from RNB to traditional Irish tune, the Belles are guaranteed to fill the night with enjoyment. This year, the Belles are celebrating 10 years since its establishment, marking an iconic academic year that is 2023/24!
Conducted by Victoria Rojas and Mary Kate Harten.

The Gabrieli Choir is a Budapest-based amateur chamber choir that rehearses in English and Hungarian. It was re-formed in 2005 by Richard Sólyom to specialise in the performance of sacred works drawn from the music of Anglican cathedrals. Today, whilst this continues to be a part of its repertoire, it has broadened its scope to include “classical” works – sacred and secular – from all eras.
Conducted by Márk Szabó.