Bridge over troubled water
Celebrate – New Album Release!
We are delighted to announce the release of our new album ‘Celebrate’ marking 20 years of gospel music in Ireland. The album was recorded by the wonderful Andy Knightley of K Recording at Camelot Studios in Tyrellstown and represents some of our favourite tracks over the past 20 years.
Join us in St. Patrick’s Cathedral on the 31st of December for a New Years Eve Celebration Concert.
It’s the perfect way to see out the old year and welcome the new with a very special evening of classic gospel, festive and contemporary music to lift the roof and brighten the spirits.
Tickets: €35.00 inc booking fee.
We are delighted to be returning to the wonderful Moat Theatre for a concert on the 10th of November. Its been a while since we last visited Naas and we are really looking forward to it. We will have a set of classic gospel and contemporary songs, and maybe a little dancing too.
Tickets: Box office 045-883030
Summer Concert in aid of Focus Ireland – 21st May 2016
Dublin Gospel Choir are hosting a very special Summer Concert in aid of Focus Ireland at 8pm on Saturday May 21st in St. Mary of the Angels Church, Church Street, Dublin 7.
Unfortunately there are at least 5,000 people who are homeless at any one time in Ireland. There are many reasons that people become homeless including poverty, relationship breakdown, addiction and mental health issues.
The services provided by Focus Ireland are critical in solving homelessness in Ireland and aim to
1) help prevent people from becoming homeless
2) support people who are homeless
3) help people find a place they can call home
Everyone has a role to play in shaping the type of society we live in. Please come along to support this concert and thus help with the amazing work that Focus Ireland do.
There will be no admission charge on the night but donations for Focus Ireland will be gratefully accepted.
Dublin Gospel Choir – Ireland’s Premier Expression of Gospel Music!
DGC are a group of performers with a shared love of music and the joy it can bring. Versatile, professional, passionate and vibrant they uplift and energise with powerful voices and rich harmonies whether they are performing as a small ensemble group or full 40-piece choir.