Mornington Singers

Mornington Singers

Orla Flanagan, Conductor

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Mornington Singers

The Mornington Singers is an award-winning mixed-voice chamber choir based in Dublin Ireland and conducted by Orla Flanagan. The choir has thirty-five singers from a variety of backgrounds and nationalities. More about the choir...

Upcoming concerts:

The Mornington Singers and conductor Orla Flanagan return to Christ Church Cathedral for their annual Christmas concert, Noël!

Come and soak up the festive atmosphere with a treasury of Christmas carols through the centuries, in this most beautiful, ancient cathedral.

Saturday 20th December, 20:00, at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin 8

You can buy tickets online until 16:00 on the day of the concert—this is strongly advised to avoid disappointment! Any remaining tickets will be available on the door.

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Latest News

Composing Mortals Our winter concert Composing Mortals, celebrated the art of the composer. We were honoured to perform the three prize-winning entries in the Mornington Singers' Composition Competition, Benjamin Britten's Hymn to Cecilia and more... Summer Concerts: Cantemus Award-winning choir, the Mornington Singers and conductor Orla Flanagan present: Cantemus (with guest conductor Patrick O'Shea) Saturday 21st of June at 8pm at St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church, Galway. Tickets €12/€8 available: or at the door. We'll also be performing... Thank you Cork We're back from a hugely enjoyable and successful weekend at the Cork International Choral Festival 2014, where we were delighted and honoured to receive the following awards: Ireland's Choir of the Year (and the Victor Leeson Perpetual Trophy) 3rd... Easter Concert: Requiem Aeternam Our next concert will take place on Good Friday (18th of April) at 8 p.m. at the Church of Adam and Eve, Merchant's Quay. The programme consists of two Requiem settings: the hauntingly beautiful Requiem by Herbert Howells, and...