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Alternative Music Society

The Alternative Music Society (DUAMS) is Trinity's society for modern, alternative, and rock music. DUAMS holds events almost every week including movie screenings, jam sessions, karaoke, club nights, coffee hours, and gigs, however our most popular events are our Open


Chapel Choir

TCD Chapel Choir performs a broad range of Anglican Church music at two services per week in the College Chapel. The society is not a religious one and membership is open to all students. As well as singing biweekly in the Chapel, the choir performs at high profile coll


Jazz Society

The society for all lovers of jazz, blues, funk and soul. With regular jams, gigs and showcases, and the only fully equipped practice room in Trinity, TCD Jazz Soc is a fantastic platform for musicians of all levels to meet and play.


Music

DU Music has been Trinity's premier society for musicians and music lovers since 1953. We regularly host open mic nights and open recitals to give our members a platform for performance, as well as hosting various other events for music lovers of every taste. We also pu


Musical Theatre Society (TMTS)

The wait is over. Musical Theatre has arrived in Trinity! This is the first society of its kind in Trinity with the sole objective being to produce and stage musical theatre productions on campus.


Singers

Trinity College Singers consists of four choirs; Trinity Singers, the mixed choir; Boydell Singers, the female choir; the Trinitones and Trinity Belles, the a capella male and female pop ensembles. Our aim is to promote choral music to a high standard both within and o


Traditional Irish Music Society

This society provides a space for members to play and listen to Irish traditional music. It allows musicians to meet and socialise, and helps to promote the traditional arts. A home for trad musicians with an open door to all.


Trinity Orchestra

Ireland's only entirely student run orchestra, playing everything from Dvorak to David Bowie. We perform throughout the year both on campus and at some of Ireland's biggest festivals including Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit and Metropolis.