High Hopes Choir

High Hopes Choir

The High Hopes choir was formed in 2014 by Ireland's world-renowned conductor, David Brophy

About The Choir


In 2014, the High Hopes choir was formed by Ireland’s world-renowned conductor, David Brophy. He set out to help people who are homeless and change their lives through music. As well as numerous TV appearances, the choir have performed for President Michael D Higgins at a garden party in Áras an Uachtaráin, at the European Parliament in Brussels, and at Ireland’s largest music festival, Electric Picnic, alongside world famous bands such as Blur.

The Choir is an independent entity which operates in Dublin, Waterford and Cork and has been supported by the staff, volunteers and customers of a wide range of homeless organisations including Focus Ireland, Dublin Simon Community, St. Vincent de Paul and Penny Dinners.

The Choir handles its own bookings, management and finances, to book please contact Glenn Alexander

Read a moving story about one of the choir members.

Listen to Miriam O’Callaghan interviewing the choir.