Choir Membership

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Bray Choral Society’s dedicated membership includes enthusiastic singers residing in the area spanning South Dublin to North Wexford. Sharing a true passion for classical music, our members are non-professional singers representing a variety of musical levels and experience. While several members have been with Bray Choral Society since our founding in 1986, new members have joined throughout the years making for a vibrant and dynamic mix.


Our members come from all walks of life and often have experienced music as a hobby or as a sense of personal enjoyment throughout their lives. All musical abilities are welcomed and represented, and all levels are catered for with our music director producing accompanying learning CDs for members who are not proficient in sight reading of music.

Rehearsal Venu

Rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9.30pm in Little Flower Hall (beside Holy Redeemer Church in Bray).


You can learn about some of our members here!

What some of our Members say…

Ray Lally (Occupation: Change Manager)
Q. What’s your favourite aspect of being a member of BCS?
A. Singing music that I wouldn’t have thought I could sing, while meeting and having a good time with new friends.

Q. What advice would you have for people looking to join?
A. Don’t just sing in the shower, sing for your personal achievement.


Beryl McKenzie (Occupation: Retired Secretary)
Q.  What advice would you have for people looking to join?
A. Come along and have fun singing great music. Don’t be afraid to audition. It’s not difficult.

Q.  Which 3 words best describe or come to mind when you think of BCS?
A. Hard work, good fun, very social.


Anne Desouza (Occupation: Home maker)
Q.  What advice would you have for people looking to join?
A. Not to worry about being able to read music or the standard of their singing voice. They will be helped and guided as much as possible and hopefully have fun too.

Q. What makes BCS different from others?
A. They promote and encourage young local talented singers at concert level.