Sunday August 9, 2020

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It can be hard to break into a choir in Dublin, but when you eventually do manage to nail down a place, it’s so worth it

30th September, 2018
‘They were a smidgen rough and ready, but their harmonies soared and hit that spot in your stomach that makes you catch your breath’

I’m pleased to announce that after three decades (and a bit) on this earth, I have found my kin, my brethren, my soul sisters and brothers. Friends, I have joined a choir.

I was a true choir nerd at school. Not really a strong enough singer to go it alone (although my star turn as Oliver in transition year at St Mary’s College in Naas is still talked about to this day), the...

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