Cois Cladaigh is a mixed voice choir based in
Galway and was founded in 1982. The name - Cois Cladaigh - is
Irish and can be translated as "beside the Claddagh"
which is a well-known area in Galway City. The choir specialises
in European music from the late 15th and early 16th centuries
and also performs a formidable repertoire of contemporary choral
music, particularly from Ireland, but also from Scandinavia, Eastern
European countries, and North America.
Previous performances of Cois Cladaigh.
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Engagements in 2018
- 25 April
- ANZAC Day - Music by some New Zealand and Australian composers and suitable music for the date. St. Nicholas Collegiate Church at 8pm.
- 5 May
- Mussel Festival in Tully Cross
- 6 July
- North West Firelight Chorale, Seattle - Conductor Deeji Killian in St. Nicholas Collegiate Church Galway at 5pm. Entrance FREE
- 19 October
- National Mental Health Day in St. Nicholas Collegiate Church
- 26-30 November
- Hosting a choir from Pesaro, Italy in St. Nicholas Collegiate Church
- 1 December
- International AIDS Day in St. Nicholas Collegiate Church
- 15 December
- Christmas Concert, St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, 20.00, in aid of Breast Cancer Research