Thank you for:
PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE
OF OUR JOURNEY
Support Choral Scholars' Artistic Activities
With your support, we can develop our programme of artistic activities, and provide
more content than ever before as we mark the twenty-five years since the inception
of Choral Scholars of University College Dublin.
If you have been inspired by our music and would like to support Choral Scholars to deliver more projects, including music videos, album releases and more, then please consider donating below.
The very first Spring concert of the Choral Scholars took place on Wednesday 21st April 1999, and over two decades later we continue to strive to be an internationally-acclaimed collegiate scholarship ensemble, representing excellence in the performance of chamber-choral repertoire.
The generosity of our donors and supporters makes it possible for us to provide outstanding opportunities to our students, and any donation, no matter how small, greatly enhances the experience of each scholar.
I hope that if you are moved by our music-making, you will consider making a donation in honour of our twenty-one years of music making
With renewed thanks,
Could fund a residency/recording week for Choral Scholars
Could fund a major music video production in a landmark location
Could support a vocal performance workshop with an invited choral expert.
Could fund a series of vocal coaching sessions for an individual scholar.
Charitable donations of €250 and above per annum are eligible for tax relief if you are an Irish taxpayer,
meaning that your donation could be worth an extra 44.93%.
Gifts can be made online, by phone and by post via the UCD Foundation,
a registered charity, with the reference 'The Choral Scholars'
Please click below to avail of this donation method.
For further information about supporting to The Choral Scholars,
please contact our Artistic Director, Desmond Earley at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Choral Scholars is one of the best choirs I’ve worked with on my live tour."
Hans Zimmer, Film Composer & Performer