Rejoice Gospel Choir

Rejoice is a small gospel choir with a big sound under the direction of co-directors Bryan Mullen and Carmel Whelan. This versatile SAT vocal ensemble has been delighting audiences with its joyful, uplifting performances and powerful voices since 2018.

Based in Dublin, Ireland the choir performs traditional spirituals and contemporary gospel numbers in an authentic gospel style, drawing on the rich roots of gospel music and its relationship with other genres such as soul, funk, blues and jazz.

Rejoice has performed alongside artists including The High Hopes Choir, Imelda May, Dermot Kennedy and Paul Noonan as part of ‘Rock Against Homelessness’ in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

In May 2019 the choir was awarded second place at Navan Choral & Instrumental Festival’s Gospel Choir Competition. Most recently the choir featured on RTÉ’s ‘Service on Sunday’ on behalf of the Methodist Church of Ireland.

At the heart of the choir lies a shared love of music which is reflected in its motto: ‘Ready for joy, ready for love, ready to sing!’

In addition to its regular concert performances, Rejoice also performs at a variety of events including wedding ceremonies and receptions; corporate and private functions; studio recording sessions and more.

Rejoice is a small gospel choir with a big sound under the direction of co-directors Bryan Mullen and Carmel Whelan. This versatile SAT vocal ensemble has been delighting audiences with its joyful, uplifting performances and powerful voices since 2018.

Based in Dublin, Ireland the choir performs traditional spirituals and contemporary gospel numbers in an authentic gospel style, drawing on the rich roots of gospel music and its relationship with other genres such as soul, funk, blues and jazz.

Rejoice has performed alongside artists including The High Hopes Choir, Imelda May, Dermot Kennedy and Paul Noonan as part of ‘Rock Against Homelessness’ in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

In May 2019 the choir was awarded second place at Navan Choral & Instrumental Festival’s Gospel Choir Competition. Most recently the choir featured on RTÉ’s ‘Service on Sunday’ on behalf of the Methodist Church of Ireland.

At the heart of the choir lies a shared love of music which is reflected in its motto: ‘Ready for joy, ready for love, ready to sing!’

In addition to its regular concert performances, Rejoice also performs at a variety of events including wedding ceremonies and receptions; corporate and private functions; studio recording sessions and more.

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