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The phenomenal Celtic Woman, about to embark on yet another world tour, is this year celebrating 12 years of success, with over 10 million albums and 3 million tickets sold worldwide.

One winter’s night in Dublin, Ireland in 2004, an idea was conceived to create a musical ensemble featuring a selection of exceptional classically and traditionally trained Irish female musicians.

And so Celtic Woman was born.

“The show is a joyful fusion of all things Celtic - from bagpipes and bouzouki to Irish dances. But it’s also so much more than that. It’s a universal celebration of life. It’s traditional. It’s contemporary. It’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.” – Dave Kavanagh (Executive Producer).

The first ever Celtic Woman performance was recorded in 2004 for PBS television at The Helix, Dublin, Ireland, in front of a sold-out audience. It was broadcast on PBS in March 2005 in the United States. Within weeks, their eponymous debut album, Celtic Woman, reached No. 1 on Billboard's World Music chart & held the top position for 81 weeks, selling over 1 million copies.

The spirit of Celtic Woman captivated audiences and this led to another PBS Special, recorded at Slane Castle in Co. Meath in Ireland, which took their stage show to new levels.

The group has since featured in numerous PBS specials, and has released 12 albums to date:

‘Celtic Woman’, ‘A Christmas Celebration’, ‘A New Journey’, ‘The Greatest Journey’, ‘Songs from the Heart’, ‘Lullaby’, ‘Believe’, ‘Home for Christmas’, ‘Emerald Musical Gems’, 'Solo', 'Decade', and ‘Destiny’. 

Celtic Woman has undertaken a number of world tours, largely across the U.S. and Europe, and has toured Australia, China, Japan, South Africa, and many other places. They have played for three different US Presidents (Clinton, Bush & Obama), as well as a special performance at the Pentagon in Washington.

Cumulatively, Celtic Woman has sold over 10 million albums & DVDs worldwide, and they have been at the top of the Billboard charts for world music several times.

Celtic Woman is a living legend — they draw you into a culture, and share a heritage that is every bit as enchanting as the women themselves.

Máiréad Carlin
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Máiréad Carlin

Máiréad Carlin

Born in Derry, in the north of Ireland, Mairead Carlin’s life has been immersed in music since her early days, coming from a family whose love of song was passed down to her generation.

“Derry, my hometown, is a very cultured and very musical place, wherever you turn there’s always music,” she enthuses. “That was especially true in my family… We’d just sit around the fire, sing and drink tea – there was no alcohol involved, despite what people always think about the Irish!”

After finishing her studies at Trinity College of Music in London, Mairead was signed to Decca Records and has recorded her debut album, ‘Songbook’, due for release in 2014.

Mairead has performed for the President of Ireland, celebrated the Irish Anthem for the England-Ireland Rugby International to a TV audience of millions and shared the stage with the likes of Snow Patrol and The Priests at the 2013 BBC TV Gala Concert ‘Sons and Daughters’ to mark Derry’s year as City of Culture- of which she also recorded the City of Culture anthem ‘Let The River Run’.

She has toured the UK and Ireland with legendary American singer-songwriter Don McLean, including a sellout concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Also this year, Mairead made her debut with the National Symphony Orchestra in the National Concert Hall for RTE TV.

“A motto I’ve used throughout my career so far”, she says, “is a quote from the award-winning poet Seamus Heaney: ‘Sing yourself to where the singing comes from.’ I think there’s a lot to be said for that”.

Susan McFadden
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Susan McFadden

Susan McFadden

Born in Dublin, Susan McFadden became a star at the age of 11 in the title role of Annie at the Olympia Theater in Dublin and most recently starred in London’s West End.

Susan trained from a young age at the famous Billie Barry Stage School, while performing in theatre and television. Landing her first professional lead role in Annie at the age of 11 she later went on to tour in Ireland and the United States with Irish entertainers such as Tony Kenny, June Rogers and Noel V Ginnity.

In 2006 Susan moved from Dublin to London in pursuit of her lifelong ambition to perform in the West End. Quickly accomplishing this dream, Susan won the reality ITV show Grease Is the Word, affording her the opportunity to play “Sandy” in the West End production of Grease. Susan then played the roll of “Serena” in the original cast for the UK premier of Legally Blonde the Musical and subsequently took over the lead of “Elle Woods” which earned her a nomination for the prestigious ‘What’s on stage Award’ for “Best Take Over.”

Other stage credits include the role of “Kathy” in Singin’ in the Rain at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin and Everyman Palace Theatre in Cork; the national tour of Brighton Beach Memoirs at the Andrews Lane Theatre; Daniel O’Donnell’s Rock ‘n’ Roll tour, “Milly” in Seven Brides for Seven Brother in the West End. Television credits include RTE television series’ Bachelors Walk and Relative Strangers, the four-part mini-series and Daniel O’Donnell’s Rock ‘n’ Roll PBS special.

Éabha McMahon
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Éabha McMahon

Éabha McMahon

Éabha began her singing career at 9 years of age, when she was chosen by Veritas to record an album for the children’s book, Beo go Deo. She then began singing in the traditional sean nós style, taught by famous singers such as Máire Ní Choilm, Séamus Mac Mathúna, Moya Brennan, and Íde Mac Mathúna. Éabha went on to win the under-18 All Ireland Oireachtais final at the age of 15, she was reigning Leinster champion from the age of 13 to 17 in the Fleadh Ceoil, and five time Dublin champion in the Fairview Feis Ceoil age 14-18.

At the age of 15, Éabha was appproached to audition for Anúna, (the Original Riverdance choir) and in 2005, Éabha became the youngest member to join Anúna. In 2006, she went on tour to the US where the Anúna Christmas Memories DVD was recorded for PBS and reached the top 10 in the Billboard charts that year. She also went on tour to Holland and Germany, as well as singing in venues such as the National Concert Hall, Dublin Castle, Stormont, Farmleigh House and Kilmainham Jail.

In 2015, Éabha headlined a sold out solo show in New York City, in aid of Kylemore Abbey. She is currently developing her first solo album which she will be releasing in 2016.

Éabha is a fluent Irish speaker and was brought up singing and speaking Irish at home in Dublin. Éabha is delighted to begin this new journey and she is very proud to be representing her Irish roots with Celtic Woman.

Tara McNeill
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Tara McNeill

Tara McNeill

Tara McNeill is a violinist, singer and harpist from Antrim, Ireland.

 In August 2016 Tara became the newest member of the Irish Music Sensation 'Celtic Woman'.  She is only the second violinist to ever join the #1 World Music Artists and she will also be first multi instrumentalist as she bring her harp and voice to the group.

 Tara graduated with First class honours in the BA in Music Performance (violin) at the Royal Irish Academy of Music under the tuition of Michael D’Arcy. She has toured China, Argentina, Chile and Mexico with Camerata Ireland and world renowned pianist, Barry Douglas, performed with the RTE Concert Orchestra and Ulster Orchestra, led the Ulster Youth Orchestra and both the RIAM Chamber and Symphony Orchestras. Tara performed the Irish premiere of Finzi's Violin Concerto in the National Concert Hall, Dublin in April, 2013. 

 Tara  has toured Canada, China, Japan and Holland as both a singer and solo violinist with the vocal group Anúna . She is also the solo violinist on their album ‘Illumination’. In Celtic Woman's 2015 TV special 'Destiny', Tara appears playing the harp.

 Orchestral tours have taken Tara throughout Europe, China, Japan, Korea and America performing in venues such as Carnegie hall, New York, Oriental Arts Centre, Shangahi and the National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing. She has won many awards including the Inaugural Flax Trust Classics £5000 bursary and The George & Angela Moore Flax Trust Classics Audience Award in 2012, the Leo Gibney Award for Chamber Music (RIAM), Ballymena Music Festival’s prestigious Young Instrumentalist Award in 2009 and Holywood Music Festival’s Ulster Bank Festival Gala Cup and the d’Arcy Cup and Award in 2010.


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