We are a mixed voice choir with choir2approximately 35 members from all parts of the city and County. Our focus is on making each performance: fun, bright, uplifting and bringing something different to our audience. Our range of repertoire includes a wide range of traditional gospel to contemporary classics and adding our own twist and style to some old classics as well as performing some up to date favourites.

There is a great sense of friendship and community spirit within our choir and it is this friendship and respect that helps us to bond together as a group with award winning results. We reached the semi-finals of RTE’s An Cor in 2010, participated at the Festival of Church Music for the last number of years and each year has seen a positive progression – 2009 received the Draiocht award - 2010 joint 2nd place in the Sacred Music - 2011 proud winner of the Best Limerick Choir, 2013 we won first place in the newly introduced Gospel Choir Category, and in 2014 we came second place in the Gospel Choir Category. Also in 2014 we were on were on RTE's Sunday service mass and supported the Harlem Gospel Choir when they played in An Glor Theatre, Ennis.

Our Musical Director

Born in the city of Lagos Nigeria, David Effiong Idioh from the directorsouthern region of West Africa (Akwa-Ibom state)  started up as a young self-taught piano player, at the age of 10 he played the piano in his family church and developed the gift of music by joining the Church choir, from district to Zonal and then National level. 

In the year 2000 he continued his musical ambition at Cross River, in the city of Calabar- west Africa by Joining the Redeemed Christian church of God Choir, In no time he was spotted out and began to lead in worship and praise songs for the Church, In 2004 while on his BSc program in Geography and regional planning at the University Of Calabar, he was made Music Director In RCCG; with this he persevered in organising remarkable concerts and musical events with various choir groups. 

In 2012 David Idioh did a diploma program in Music theory at the Music Society Of Nigeria (MUSON centre) and had an excellent result in music from a UK based affiliate called The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)

That same year He released a gospel music album (High In all the earth) that sold and is still selling thousands of copies in Nigeria and other countries outside and within Africa.

In 2013 after he was offered a full tuition fee scholarship Award by the Stepping Stones group in Ireland, David broadened his musical expedition by taking up a Master Degree program in Community Music at the University Of Limerick, Ireland. During which he met with sundry internationals and local talents, this curriculum made him get involved in various group facilitations around Ireland, from Volunteering to paid roles; Graduated from his Masters program with an excellent grade at the University of Limerick in 2014. David became our Musical Director in Sept 2014.

For more on David Idioh - CLICK HERE

Performances in the last Year:


- UL Turning on of their Christmas lights, UL Campus - Nov

- Limerick Mental Health Concert, St Mary's Cathedral - Oct

- Wedding of Noreen & Ross, Murroe - Aug

- Wedding of Kate & Jamie, Roscrea - May

- Africa Day, Limerick Milk Market - May

- Simon Community Fundraising Concert, Redemptorist Church, Limerick - May

- Great Limerick Run/Riverfest - May

- Limerick Choral Festival - won first place in the Gospel Choir Category, St Joseph's Church - Feb

- Wedding of Conor & Aislinn, Adare, Co Limerick - Feb

- Cantete Deo Choir Christmas Concert, St John's Cathedral - Jan


- Christmas Concert for Clares Wish Foundation, Redemptorist Church - Dec

- Mental Health Concert, St Mary's Catherdral - Oct

- Limerick Culture Night, Performing in King John's Castle - Sept

- Supporting Act for Red Hurley in the Lime Tree Threatre - June

- Limerick's Green Ribbon Event/Milk Market - May

- Limerick's St Patrick's Day Parade, March

- Limerick Choral Festival, third place in Gospel Choir Category, March


- City of Culture/Winter Carnival, December

- Support Act for the Harlem Gospel Choir, Glor Threatre, Ennis, November

- On RTE's live broadcast of Mass on Sunday, November

- Limerick Riverfest weekend. May

- Taking part in Limerick's St Patricks Day Parade

- Limerick Choral Festival Second place in Gospel Choir Category, March


- Fundraisers for Novas, Blue Box and Limerick Simon Community, Dec

- Mental Health Week Concert, St Mary's Cathedral, Oct

- SVP 200th Anniversary Event, Special mass in Kilmurry Lodge Hotel, Oct

- Culture Night, Limerick City Library, Sept

- St Mary's Cathedral, Candlelight Procession, Sept

- UL Concert Hall, Limerick Sings Festival, June

- Limerick Choral Festival-First place in Gospel Choir Category, March


- UL Concert Hall, Alzheimer Society, December

- Turning on of Limerick City's Christmas lights, Nov

- National Culture Night, The Granary, Limerick

- Wedding of Jennifer and Kevin Flynn

- Gospel Rising Festival, Bray, Co Wicklow.

- Limerick City's St Patrick's Day Parade

Over the years we have also preformed at pre match entertainment for a Munster game, a supporter of The Saffron Ball, many functions in aid of the CARI Foundation, the IWA, Milford Hospice, Pieta House and other local charities.

Our first debut album; entitled “I Believe” was released over 2 years ago and can be purchased directly from choir members.

We are affiliated with St. Michael’s Church on Denmark Street, Limerick. We sing there on the last Sunday of every month at the 4.30 pm mass.

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