Membership and Information

Kerry AOIC Members

Cór Naomh Muire

Cór Naomh Muire is a long established  mixed - voice choir. Our repertoire includes both modern and traditional in Irish and English and modern and classical secular pieces to perform at local concerts.  The choir sings  on Sundays at 11.30a.m. mass throughout the year (except the month of January). We’re regularly involved in broadcast Masses in both RTE 1 and Raidio na Gaeltachta. We practise on Tuesdays  8.15  -9.30 pm  Feb to May  and Sept. to Dec.  A Céad Míle Fáilte awaits new members. Ability to read music is not a requirement.

Location :  Daingean Ui Chúis, Co. Kerry
Conductor: Áine Ui Chathasaigh / Mary O’Connor
T: 087 9722344

Kenmare Chamber Choir 

The Kenmare (formerly Neidín) Chamber Choir is a small, friendly community choir that has its origins in a group of six people who got together in March 2008 to sing unaccompanied four-part songs.  Since then it has nearly tripled in size.  It has members from several different nationalities and a wide range of musical backgrounds: there is no audition and it is not a requirement to read music (several members don't). It meets once a week on Tuesdays between September and June and has given a number of concerts in various locations in and around Kenmare. In 2013 it won a discretionary award at the second Kenmare Choral Festival.  Its repertoire, in the classical idiom, ranges from early 16th century to the present day. The choir welcomes new singers, especially altos and tenors. Its main aims are to achieve a good and satisfying standard of music-making and to have fun. 

Location: Gateway building, Kenmare

Conductor: Godfrey Offord


T: 087 182 9523



Kerry Chamber Choir

Kerry Chamber Choir is the adult choir of Kerry School of Music and members are drawn from all over Kerry. The Choir which was founded in 1992 is currently celebrating its twentieth season and is particularly attractive to singers who enjoy a challenge.

The choir's repertoire covers a capella and accompanied works spanning several centuries. Regularly performed repertoire includes Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Creation, Vivaldi's Gloria, Part's Berliner Messe and Britten's Ceremony of Carols. The choir has recorded a number of DVDs and is currently recording a CD of the original choral works of its founder, Aidan O'Carroll.

Location: Kerry School of Music, Tralee

Kerry Choral Union

Kerry Choral Union (K.C.U.) is a large mixed voice choir based in Tralee. The number of singers in the choir is around 65. The Choir rehearses weekly on Wednesday nights in Collis Sandes House Tralee 7.30 -9.30 p.m.  (September to May) Performances take place regularly throughout the year both locally and in the surrounding counties. The Choir has travelled abroad many times. Under the Direction of Sharon Reidy the choir has a wide and varied repertoire ranging from sacred to classical to modern favourites. There is always something in the repertoire  that appeals to all musical tastes.  K.C.U. is open to all who enjoy singing, like meeting people and want to have fun. The ability to sight read is not essential but a willingness to commit to rehearsals and to practise is required. Members receive a CD of the music at the start of each new programme.   New members are always welcome particularly in September and January.

Location: Collis Sandes House , Killeen, Tralee

Conductor:   Sharon Reidy

Secretary:     Linda Lynch

Email :

Phone:    087 9195007

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