The choir has performed at hundreds events from local concerts in the north west of Ireland, to world-renowned music festivals such as Glastonbury and Electric Picnic.
The choir has retained its community-based character and energy, which combined with musical excellence, has seen it perform with some of the best-known names in the Irish music scene, including The Henry Girls, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Duke Special, Declan O’Rourke, Bronagh Gallagher, Foy Vance, Cara Dillon and Moya Brennan.
Based in Carndonagh, Co. Donegal, the choir is musically directed by Dr. Neil Burns and Dr. Anna Nolan.
The choir has performed at hundreds of events from carol services to choral festivals and from weddings to presidential visits.
A unique blend of gospel, soul, roots, rock and folk has helped the choir become a regular feature at music festivals throughout Ireland.
Recent festival appearances include: Electric Picnic, Body and Soul, Spirit of Folk, Sea Sessions, Dunfanaghy Jazz and Blues Festival, Other Voices, Swell Festival, Earagail Arts Festival, Stendhal Festival of Art and Carnival of Colours.
The choir is also no stranger to the airwaves having performed live on RTÉ Radio 1, Today FM, Highland Radio and BBC Radio Foyle.
The choir provides a repertoire of music which is uplifting, soulful and which can be tailored at your request.
Our unique song list includes the best gospel, soul and pop classics – making us suitable for any kind of civil ceremony or church wedding.
See what previous clients have said about the ways in which The Inishowen Gospel Choir have contributed to their special day.
There are so many reasons for joining a choir, not just because of how enjoyable it is to sing, but because of the warm friendly and very talented company that you’re in while you do.
The choir is always open to welcoming new faces who want to join us to sing and perform.
In their own words - what choir members say about being in The Inishowen Gospel Choir:
“I find it an extremely enjoyable experience to work with a group of talented and warm people in producing something as a collective, and producing something that entertains and brings joy to people.”
“A wee family unit, choir has done so much for me; confidence building, exciting opportunities but most of all developing close friendships. I love singing the songs I enjoy (lively gospel) and festivals!”
“It’s a community spirited, multi-cultural entity brought together by a love of music.”
“It brings different people of different ages and backgrounds together to sing and have a bit of fun”