Maryfield College Choir had an amazing night at the Bord Gais Theatre as part of Sing A Song of Docklands. Thanks to Dublin City Council, Creative Ireland and Sing Ireland for the unforgettable experience! Well done to all the girls, they sang beautifully.
— MaryfieldCollegeDublin (@MaryfieldDublin) March 15, 2023
The 6th Year Music students enjoyed their trip to the National Concert Hall this Tuesday to see the National Symphony Orchestra’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet. They loved experiencing their Set Work live!
Here is a video from the 6th year's trip to the National Concert Hall. pic.twitter.com/bqZOi7FwjH
— MaryfieldCollegeDublin (@MaryfieldDublin) March 1, 2023
Ms Cooney and the school choir sang “A Woman’s Heart” for International Women’s Day. Click on the link to watch it.
A series of lunchtime recitals has been taking place this March featuring the Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate music students who are currently preparing for their practical exams. These recitals provide the performers with a platform to perform while also giving quality entertainment to their fellow-students. We wish all our music students the very best in their upcoming exams.
The annual Mulled Wine and Mince Pie Evening for parents of First Year students took place on Wednesday 22nd November. The evening began with a concert which showcased the wonderful musical talent of Maryfield students from a variety of year groups. The school choir, vocal ensembles, instrumentalists and solo singers treated the audience to a varied and entertaining programme. The First Years of course stole the show with both choral and solo performances. The evening concluded with a reception hosted by the Parents’ Association. A very enjoyable evening was had by all.