Mixed Voice Choir
Tredagh Singers are Drogheda’s longest established choir and are currently the only full voice choir in the town
Join Us On Our Journey
We provide a challenging and enjoyable singing environment to anyone in Drogheda or the surrounding area who would like to take part.
Our choir rehearses once a week for two hours in St. Ita’s Special School, Drogheda. We often practise on a Wednesday when we are preparing for a concert or competition.
Tredagh Singers’ musical director is Geraldine Doggett. Geraldine recently completed her Diploma in Conducting (with distinction) from St.Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, Dublin.
Over 50 Singers
This is our anniversary year. We sing, onwards, into the future.
Join us on our journey.
Tredagh Singers are a mixed voiced choir from Drogheda, Co. Louth. For the past several years, the choir have been concentrating on performing big works for performance in Drogheda and surrounding areas.
The choir host and perform in a Christmas concert every year in the Augustinian church in Drogheda, the proceeds of which go to charity. They are regularly invited to take part as guests in other concerts held in the Drogheda area.
Our most recent piece has been The Coronation Mass Mozart, the Little Jazz Mass by Bob Chilcott. Haydn’s Little Organ Mass, Vivaldi’s Gloria and Handel’s Messiah are also in the choir’s canon. Musical accompaniment for the performances of these works is provided by local musicians and solo singers.
- The Return of Tredagh SingersTredagh Singers, Drogheda’s longest established and most successful mixed voice choir, returns to action after the long pandemic imposed break .
- Christmas Concert 2019The Tredagh singers will perform their Concert of Christmas Music on Thursday 19th December at 8pm in The Augustinian Church, Shop Street, Drogheda. Invited guests and soloists from the choir will perform a heartening festive concert that will inspireContinue reading “Christmas Concert 2019”
- Tredagh Singers in BerlinDrogheda’s longest-established choir, the Tredagh Singers, travel to Berlin, Germany, where they perform both at the Irish Embassy and at an international concert with their hosts, the Berlin Celtic Choir.