The Lalala Choir
Cancelled due to COVID-19
If you booked in advance, please see below.
A Message from The Lalala Choir:
In line with government advice to avoid indoor gatherings of 100+ people, and the temporary closure of cultural institutions (such as the National Gallery), it is with much disappointment that we must cancel next Thursday's performance by The Lalala Choir.
Those of you who have booked tickets will be issued a full refund shortly, and we will be in touch as soon as possible once we are in a position to look at rescheduling.
While this has been a disappointing decision to come to, both The Lalala Choir and the National Gallery of Ireland have no hesitation in prioritising public health and safety.
We thank you for your understanding and we look forward to singing for you in the near future.
Sam Kavanagh - The Lalala Choir
Season 15 was due to be kicking off in April 2020, however due to COVID-19 restrictions it will likely be much later.
We are working on some online music-making ideas (Lalala Online), and we hope to open them up once we get a handle on things.
For now if you are interested in singing with us, sign up to the waiting list below and you'll receive an email when we figure something out.
No audition necessary :-D
You can keep up to date with where we are by following us on social media:
If you have any questions, email t, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
About The Lalala Choir
The Lalala Choir has been making their mark in Dublin since 2015 with a focus on improvisation and an
inclusive philosophy that says 'music is for everyone'.
Their interactive performances have graced stages, courtyards and fields alike at Electric Picnic,
Body&Soul, Ballymaloe Litfest, the Night of Choirs Festival (Hungary). They also produce their own
concerts and pop-up performances around the city, and regularly collaborate with other artists
(Glen Hansard, David Keenan, Inni-K to name a few).
While the group are used to putting their own spin on things, from Mozart operas to surf rock, they recently crossed the blurry line from improvisation to fully-fledged compositions and are set to make 2020 a year for new music.