The Trinity College Chapel Choir is made up of students from across the University. There is also a student Conductor, a student Organ Scholar, and a professional Director of Music who oversee the running of the choir, its music, and its day-to-day activities.

The choir sings at two Church of Ireland services a week during term time, at Evensong on Thursdays and the Eucharist on Sundays. It also sings at special services throughout the year, including the Opening of the Academic Year, the College Carol Service, and Trinity Monday, as well as at weddings, memorial services and many events, and is a regular contributor to RTE radio broadcasts. The choir also goes on two trips each year – one national and one international. In recent years, the international trips have included Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, and Venice.

The choir's repertoire ranges from the medieval to the contemporary. As well as singing music from the traditional Anglican repertoire, it often sings works by present and past members of the choir. Further information on the music can be found in the 'Music' section of the website.

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Michaelmas Term 2016

Phew, another busy term down! And what successful one it has been too! A packed schedule of Library, Dining Hall, and Chapel engagements saw the choir kept busy over the course of the whole term! Organ Scholar...

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Trip to Hong Kong 2016

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