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Culwick Choral Society

The Culwick Choral Society was founded in 1898 by the illustrious musician, Dr. James C. Culwick, who was also a co-founder of Feis Ceoil in 1897. The Culwick is an amateur choir whose members are drawn from all over Dublin (Ireland) and the surrounding counties. While the choir is versatile in its repertoire, performance of the classical choral works is undoubtedly dearest to the heart of the Society.  Click here for more information about the choir





The Culwick Choral Society presents Handel’s Messiah,

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin

Sat March 21, 2015 @ 8pm

A work of extraordinary power, Messiah is a perennial favourite in the Dublin calendar. For this performance in the lead-up to Easter, the Culwick Choral Society and conductor Bernie Sherlock are joined by a superb cast of soloists and accompanied by the Culwick Ensemble and leader Brona Fitzgerald. The soloists are Sarah Brady (sop), Victoria Massey (alto), Andrew Gavin (tenor) and Padraic Rowan (bass).

The performance takes place on Saturday, March 21st, in the magnificent setting of Christ Church Cathedral, literally next-door to the site on Fishamble Street where Handel himself conducted the world premiere in 1742.