Membership and Information

Meath AOIC Members


Credo is a 14-piece vocal ensemble based in Trim, Co. Meath, which formed in 2013 to perform madrigals and sacred and contemporary music a cappella. Musical director: Tracy Nagle. Group leader: Teresa Carley

Dunshaughlin Choral Society

Dunshaughlin Choral Society, a mixed voice choir, was formed in 1975.  It has a membership of approximately 50.singers.  Bringing music and the joy of singing to Dunshaughlin is the main aim of the Society and its ethos is about community involvement and development.  Over the past 40 years, the choir has performed in concerts, festivals and events with bands, orchestras and well-known artistes, both at home and abroad. The choir has also produced many popular musicals and has been honoured by the presence of two Irish Presidents. The varied repertoire ranges from modern popular music and  songs from the shows to light classical music. The choir continues its programme of participation in festivals, concerts and charity support. New members are always welcome - ability to read music is not necessary but a love of singing, friendship and craic is guaranteed.


Location: St. Patrick’s Hall, Main St., Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath

Musical Director: Eithne Mooney

T: 086 3431575


Navan Male Voice Choir

Founded in 1979, Navan Male Voice Choir is conducted by Ann Cunningham. The choir rehearses on Tuesday nights from 20.30- 22.00, in the Active retirement centre at rear of the community centre in Navan. The choir has enjoyed a very successful career to date.  Participating in festivals, TV appearances, trips abroad, fund raising concerts and events, and is also resident church choir at St Oliver’s. New members of all ages are welcome to join the choir, an ability to sight read is not a requirement. The choir’s repertoire includes a wide variety of tastes from Sacred to Popular music. Our motto is ‘to sing for pleasure’.

Location: Navan, Co. Meath
Conductor: Ann Cunningham
Secretary: Jim Murphy

Tara Ladies Choir

Tara Ladies Choir is a female voice choir established in the 1990s. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings in Navan, from 8.30pm to 10pm.  Performances in Choral Festivals as well as performances in the local community have raised their profile, and they are proud of their recent achievements, including winning awards at the Navan Choral Festival for the ‘Female Choir Section’ in 2011 and ‘Meath Choir of the Year’ in 2008.  The choir enjoy the opportunity for social interaction and participating in the community as well as singing together. We have members of all ages, from 25 to 75, and enjoy performing at a range of performances, from choral competition to carol singing, from local charity gigs to mass services. Our repertoire is varied, and includes popular, classical, jazz, religious, traditional and modern.
Anyone interested in joining the choir please contact us on the details below.

Location: Navan, Co. Meath
Musical Director: Annie Rennicks
T: 087 9477483 (Katie) or 087 4154502 (Annie)

AOIC is awaiting further information for the following member choirs in Meath:

  • Trim Castle Singers

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