Director of Music appointed in St Andrew’s Church, Malahide

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Eoin Conway has been appointed to the newly created post of Director of Music in St
Andrew’s Church, Malahide.
In addition to his duties on a Sunday, Eoin will be responsible for fostering a culture of music
centred around St Andrew’s Church involving the wider Malahide community.
Eoin is a singer, conductor, pianist, and arranger/composer and is currently organist in St
Fintan’s Church, Sutton.
He earned his master’s degree in vocal performance from the Royal Irish Academy of Music
in 2016, studying with Lynda Lee, and his bachelor’s degree from NUI Maynooth, majoring in
As a choral singer, Eoin works with Ireland’s professional choral ensembles including
Chamber Choir Ireland, Sestina, Lassus and Resurgam.
He has conducted the award-winning choir Cór Fingal since 2018 and is the musical director
of ‘4 in a Bar’, a multi award-winning professional male voice quartet.
Eoin has much experience in church music having been a member of Christ Church
Cathedral choir for six years and a singer with the Palestrina Choir for three years prior to
His arrangements have been commissioned and recorded by several of Ireland’s leading
choirs, including the UCD Choral Scholars, New Dublin Voices, and the Irish Youth Choir.
The Reverend Canon David Gillespie, Rector of Malahide, said: “We are delighted that Eoin
Conway has accepted the position of Director of Music in St Andrew’s Church and I will look
forward to working with him. I know he has many ideas about musical events to tie in with
the church’s year, and he is keen to build on the solid musical tradition which exists in St
Eoin, who is originally from Malahide, will take up his new position in June