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We are delighted to announce that Chamber Choir Ireland, Gallicantus and Nigel Short have joined the Ériu’s roster of artists. We are very excited to be working with these world-class artists and look forward to many projects together. CHAMBER CHOIR IRELAND “a choir at the peak of its achievement”  The Irish Times Chamber Choir Ireland Read More …

This July, Ériu will take on the project management of Béal Festival, under the artistic direction of Elizabeth Hilliard and David Bremner. This year’s two-day festival, which will focus on the groundbreaking music of Irish composer Jennifer Walshe, takes place on 7th and 8th July will take place in Dublin’s Project Arts Centre.

It’s been a whirlwind few weeks for the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin.  Following the release of Invisible Stars in the USA and Canada, their new video of Mo Ghille Mear was picked up by a number of international news sites, with views on various platforms of over 2 million. An invite followed from Read More …

William Gaunt takes on the Bass solo in Igor Stravinsky’s rarely performed Les Noces at Dublin’s National Concert Hall on Saturday 6th February 2016, as part of the RTÉ Stravinsky: In Focus weekend which maps the astonishingly fertile imagination of a figure who changed the course of 20th Century Music. Featuring Chamber Choir Ireland, soloists Else Read More …

Invisible Stars, the debut international album from the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin, under the artistic direction of Dr Desmond Earley, will be released in the USA and Canada on 12th February 2016. Already garnering praise from critics for its “sophisticated ensemble” (Robert Hugill) the recording reached number five in Ireland’s independent album charts Read More …

Ériu is delighted to welcome Soprano Miriam Allan to its artist list.  Described by Gramophone as “Enchanting” and “Impressive”, Miriam is one of the UK’s most dynamic and versatile singers. At home performing both early and contemporary repertoire, her career has seen her work with some of the world’s leading ensembles including the Monteverdi Choir, Les Violons du Roy, Read More …

William Gaunt performed the bass solo of Arvo Pärt’s iconic Miserere with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conducted by Paul Hillier on the 9th of September in the opening concert of the Nargenfestival. The performance was broadcast live on Estonia’s Klassika Radio from St John’s Church, Tallinn. A link to the broadcast can be Read More …

Applications are invited for University College Dublin’s leading collegiate choral ensemble, UCD Choral Scholars. With a large repertoire ranging from art to popular music, and stretching from the medieval to the contemporary in style, this vocal ensemble gives many major concerts throughout the academic year, both nationally and internationally. UCD Choral Scholars have toured Holland, Read More …

Champions of Vocal Harmony 4 in a Bar have released their sophomore album Hide and Seek, which sees the group expand on their barbershop roots, covering much-loved classics such as Happy Together by The Turtles and the Beach Boys’God Only Knows, as well as more contemporary treats, such as Imogen Heap’s Hide and Seek and Coldplay’s The Scientist. Read More …

A ground-breaking new recording of Irish choral music will be making its way to shelves across Europe in December. The disc, entitled Invisible Stars, will mark the debut recording for the UCD Choral Scholars on the Signum Classics record label. From original compositions and commissions by international composers, to arrangements of Irish folks songs not yet Read More …