Ten Festive Musical Performances in Dublin

This Christmas, celebrations are well and truly underway across Dublin, many of them taking place in some of the magnificent religious structures around our beloved capital. We’ve found some of the most anticipated Christmas performances taking place in Dublin’s churches and cathedrals this holiday season.

Moya Brennan – An Irish Christmas

21 December, Monkstown Parish Church

Clannad front woman Moya Brennan will perform ‘An Irish Christmas’ at Monkstown Parish Church for its 13th year. The night will also feature a performance from special guest Liam O’Maonlai.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

The Key Notes Annual Christmas Concert

21-22 December, The Pepper Canister Church

The Key Notes will return this year with their annual concert featuring a selection of Christmas songs, old and new. The five-piece harmony group are excited to make be back, and promise a night of festive fun.

Find out more and book your tickets here.

The Key Notes

New Dublin Voices – Christmas Family Concert

19 December, All Hallows Chapel

Enjoy a night of carols, stories, readings and poems at DCU’s All Hallows Chapel. New Dublin Voices present an evening of Christmas celebrations for the whole family.

Find out more and book your tickets here.

Classics at Christmas

18 December, Monkstown Parish Church

Enjoy an evening of your favourite Christmas tunes across a range of genres including contemporary, jazz, pop, and classic Christmas carols. The night features performances from singer Rebecca Winckworth, multi-instrumentalist Andy Dempsey and their award-winning band.

Find out more and book your tickets here.

Sing We Joyous All Together

15-16 December, St Ann’s Church

The Dublin Bach Singers present ‘Sing We Joyous All Together’, a performance of Christmas choral music and sing-along carols in St Anne’s Church this holiday season.

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Viennese Christmas Spectacular by Candlelight

15 December, St Patrick’s Cathedral

The UK-based London Concertante presents a romantic night of classical music by candlelight. From Tchaikovsky to Brahms, the evening is packed with a celebration of the world’s best composers.

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London Concertante

The Joy of Christmas

12 December, Christ Church Cathedral

This year, Park Singers will perform a collection of Christmas classics by candlelight. The award winning all-female choir will also showcase ‘A Ceremony of Carols’, written by Benjamin Britten.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Noël – Mornington Singers Lunchtime Christmas Concert

11 December, St Ann’s Church

Join this family friendly evening of Christmas carols performed by Mornington Singers, with conductor Orla Flanagan.

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A Culwick Christmas

10 December, St Patrick’s Cathedral

The Culwick Choral Society presents an evening of traditional Christmas Carols, with conductor David Leigh. The choir will also be joined by the Boy Choristers of St. Patrick’s Cathedral Choir during the night.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

The Guinness Choir Dublin Christmas Carol Concert with Tolü Makay

5 December, St Patrick’s Cathedral

To mark their 70th anniversary, The Guinness Choir will perform a selection of Christmas carols from all across the globe. The evening will also feature a performance from singer Tolü Makay.

To find out more and book your tickets, click here.

Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly is a travel journalist for travel2ireland, ITTN and TravelTimes. With a background in arts, culture and lifestyle, Ava has a keen eye for the most visit-worthy destinations and all their attractions.

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