Founded in 2008, by Jane Lynch, Scoil Mhuire Choir has performed to great acclaim in venues both locally and on a national level.
The choir has been privileged to share concert- platforms with , the internationally- renowned New Dublin Voices, Julie Feeney, Liam Lawton as well as the British Ambassodor to Ireland.
On the competition circuit, the choir has won many trophies, including the trophy for the IRISH FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS & ASSOCIATED PROFESSIONS TROPHY (Cork international Choral Competition 2013), numerous first prizes at the 2014 and 2015 FeisCeoil, and won first prize in its category at Navan Choral Festival 2015. The choir has featured also regularly in the RTE All Island Schools Competition on television and in 2017 was highly commended at the Sligo International Choral Festival.
In 2017, thirty six members of the choir travelled to London’s West End to see The Lion King. This trip inspired the choir to present their first Musical Theatre show, Magic of Broadway in May. The programme included such famous shows as Beauty and the Beast, Grease, Les Miserables and Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Music and singing play a very important role here in Scoil Mhuire and contribute to the holistic development of the students. The school choir is a wonderful way for students to get involved with the wider school community.
The school choir is now under the direction of Ms Sarah Healy.