IAYO has Moved Home

civic-trust-houseIAYO moved at the beginning of June to our new office accommodation in Civic Trust House in Cork. Civic Trust House is a Queen Anne house dating from around 1730 and is considered one of the finest historic buildings in the city. It is believed to have originally been home to Richard Boyle, the 4th Earl of Cork. More recently the house was the home of Cork 2005: European Capital of Culture and in 2006 Cork City Council designated the building as a communal administration space for arts organisations in the city. Civic Trust House is also home to Cork International Choral Festival, Cork Midsummer Festival, Tigh Filí, Corcadorca, Art Trail, Cork Film Centre, Cork Jazz Festival and Cork Folk Festival. We are delighted to by moving to our new home and very grateful to Cork City Council for providing this excellent facility. The new contact details are:

Irish Association of Youth Orchestras
Civic trust House
50 Pope’s Quay

Telephone: +353 21 421 5185
Fax: +353 21 421 5193

We’re next to St Mary’s on Pope’s Quay so do feel free to call in if you are in the neighbourhood.