Celtic Woman


Celtic Woman is the realization of a dream for Composer and Musical Director, David Downes and Show Producer, Sharon Browne. Together with Dave Kavanagh, Executive Producer of the Show, they created Celtic Woman to feature the very special talents of four young Irish female vocalists and a very exciting young fiddle player.

The five women vocalists, Chloe, Lisa, Meav and Órla and fiddle player Mairead are led by David Downes, a prodigious young Irish talent, who has previously worked as musical director of Riverdance. Celtic Woman portrays the unique voices and styles of each of the girls as soloists as well as fantastic ensemble numbers. Performing beautiful and much-loved songs, Celtic Woman features unique renditions of Irish songs such as: "Danny Boy," timeless classics like "Ave Maria", contemporary songs such as Enya's "Orinoco Flow" and Clannad's "Harry's Game", and a host of spellbinding original songs created by David Downes.

Celtic Woman started life as a 90-minute show for PBS, which premiered in the US in March 2005. The show was broadcast on over 300 stations and such was its success that it was developed into a full scale touring production. The Celtic Woman CD & DVD were released through Manhattan Records (EMI) on March 1st 2005. Since its release the CD has been certified gold and the DVD has been certified platinum. The CD has also been No 1 in the Billboard World Music Chart for over 60 weeks.


Current Members

Mairead Nesbitt
Mairead Nesbitt: Fiddle Player

Máiréad, who began playing the piano at the age of 4 and the fiddle at 6, is a former All-Ireland fiddle champion. She began formal training in music at an early age, at the Ursuline Convent in Thurles, and continued at The Waterford Institute of Technology, at the Cork School of Music under Cornelia Zanidache and at the London Royal Academy, London Trinity College, with Post Graduate Studies under Emanuel Hurwitz on violin and piano. She is a past member of the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland.

Following her formal training, she became a professional violinist with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in 1991. She also worked on-stage and in-studio with many well-known musicians, among them Nigel Kennedy, Van Morrison, Sinead O'Connor, Clannad, Emmylou Harris, Aslan, Chris De Burgh and Jimmy Webb, and including more traditional Irish artists Dónal Lunny, Sharon Shannon, Paul Brady, Frances Black, Cooney and Begley, and Jimmy McCarthy. Mairead had the honor of performing privately for HRH - The Princess Royal (Princess Anne) on her secret visit to Dublin last September.

Lisa Lambe
“Lisa Lambe is the finest singer and actress of her generation on whom a whole new foundation of theatre can be built” -The Irish Times

Lisa Lambe is a renowned Irish actress and vocalist who has starred in numerous title roles in top theatrical productions throughout Ireland, Europe and the UK. Regarded as one of the most sought after performers in Ireland, Lisa Lambe’s natural talent began shining from the young age of three and was polished with a degree in performance from Trinity College Dublin.

Lisa Lambe’s career accolades span from the dramatic stage to musical theater; film and television to radio performances. She has been a featured soloist with Ireland’s RTE Concert Orchestra, and was a favorite soloist on Ireland’s popular TV program “The Late Late Show” leading to collaborations with RTE affiliated musicians Shay Healy and Frank McNamara.

Lisa Lambe’s critically praised vocal roles include The Shaughraun directed by John McColgan (under the Musical Direction of David Downes; The Abbey Theatre), The Wiremen by Shay Healy (The Gaiety Theatre), Sweeney Todd (The Gate Theatre). Lisa Lambe was nominated for a Best Actress Award at The Irish Times Theatre Awards for her performance in the lead role of “Philomena O Shea” in Rough Magic’s musical Improbable Frequency where she performed at The Edinburgh Theatre Festival, in Torun (Poland), and in Dublin.

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.

Mairéad 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”.

Lynn Hilary
Lynn Hilary trained as a classical soprano at DIT College of Music in Dublin, graduating with honours in June 2004. She has been a member of the renowned choir ‘An’na’ for 5 years, performing with them as a soloist on ‘Songs of Praise’, ‘BBC Proms in the Park’, and numerous other television appearances. With ‘An’na’ she has traveled to all corners of the world and features as a soloist on many of their albums.

Lynn was the lead vocalist for ‘Riverdance’ at the Special Olympics opening ceremony, performing to a live audience of over 85,000 and a television audience of millions. She has also been the lead vocalist for ‘Riverdance’ at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin for a ten week run and on tour in the USA, Canada and Europe, including six consecutive full houses at Radio City Music Hall, New York. She features as a soloist on the ‘Riverdance’ 10th Anniversary CD and DVD. Lynn has worked with many artists such as Daniel O’ Donnell, Luka Bloom, Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club, and Don Mescall, to name but a few.

Lynn has already started working with the Girls readying herself for her debut performance on the 10th October 2007 in Estero, Florida, USA.

At this time we would like to thank Meav for her contribution to Celtic Woman over the last three years. We know Meav will be missed by Celtic Woman fans as much as she will be missed by us. We wish her every success in her solo pursuits and we look forward to working with Meav in the future.
Former Members

Chloe Agnew
Chlöe: Vocalist

Chlöe is a gifted musician studying piano, guitar and recorder as well as being a magnificent singer. Agnew made her debut television performance at just four weeks old and first sang on television at the age of six! She won the Grand Prix at the first International Children's Song Competition in Cairo in 1998 representing Ireland with a song entitled "The Friendship Tree.”
She recorded and released her debut album, Chlöe, at the young age of twelve. Her second Album Walking in the Air, was released and drew huge attention in the internationally. It was the interest in her album and Celtic Collections other Irish Female Soloists that spawned the concept for the Celtic Woman show.

Méav Ni Mhaolcatha
Méav: Soloist

Méav has a broad range of performing experience in Ireland and abroad. Her first solo album, Méav, has sold extremely well in the US, Japan and Korea. Her second solo album, Silver Sea, has recently been released and is available in specialist music stores across Europe and America under the Celtic Collections Label.

Méav has been invited to perform her own music at many festivals worldwide. She headlined at a major open-air festival in Seoul as part of the Korean World Cup celebrations and launched her second album there. She recently performed to great acclaim at a prestigious Celtic Festival in Tokyo and sang in the Beo Festival of Irish Music at the National Concert Hall Dublin.

Orla Fallon
Orla: Harpist & Singer

Orla has featured as a soloist in concerts around Ireland at such venues as The National Concert Hall, Dublin, The Opera House, Belfast and The Waterfront Theatre, Belfast. She has recorded, performed and toured with Internationally renowned groups Clannad and Anuna, as well as the oboist David Agnew.

A popular soloist in the corporate sector in Dublin, Orla appears regularly at such venues as Dublin Castle, Humewood Castle, The Royal Hospital Kilmainham and Luttrellstown Castle. Orla was invited to play for The Pope in Rome and she is invited regularly to perform at Aras An Uactarain for The President Of Ireland. Orla’s debut album The Water is Wide has earned her much critical acclaim and has led to countless television and radio broadcasts. She has toured extensively throughout Europe and North America where her reputation is steadily growing for her renditions of haunting Irish airs as well as her own vocal and instrumental compositions.

Lisa Kelly
Lisa: Vocalist

Lisa was born in Dublin and has been singing since the age of 7. Classically trained in both piano and singing, Lisa started her professional career in musicals. She has played many roles including “Velma Kelly” in Chicago, “Florence” in Chess, “Laurie” in Oklahoma and “Sandy” in Grease. Lisa has also performed in many concerts at Dublin’s National Concert Hall including: “The Magic of Gershwin,” “The Music of Cole Porter,” and “From Romberg to Rodgers” to name but a few.

Lisa was the lead female vocalist of Riverdance. It was here that she met her husband Scott and they toured with the show for four years taking in cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York, Miami, Toronto and many more. Lisa recorded her debut album entitled Lisa. Now a mother to two boys, Cian and Jack, Lisa has just finished filming her first Solo DVD.
David Downes: Musical Director/Composer


David Downes is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, where he studied music and composition. Previously Downes had been Musical Director of Riverdance for the US touring company, European touring company, and on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre. He was also the orchestrator of Riverdance On Broadway. As a producer David has recorded four albums with oboist David Agnew, achieving Gold status in Ireland and Europe, and recently the Gold debut album of young Irish singer Chlöe. He has also worked as orchestrator and arranger for Bonnie Tyler, Charlotte Church, and Secret Garden.

Recording credits as soloist include Grammy-award winning Michael W. Smith, Michael Crawford (on his Disney album), Clannad, Moya Brennan, and Bill Whelan.


The Band


In a career spanning almost forty years Eoghan OʼNeill has recorded and performed a large and varied cross section of contemporary music. He was a member of the original version of the highly acclaimed Irish music crossover band Moving Hearts and his playing with this band got him noticed as a session player. His credits range from people as far apart on the musical map as Tammy Wynette and Terence Trent DʼArby. During the eighties he recorded five albums with British songwriter Chris Rea including the massively successful On The Beach. Eoghan was a member of the original Riverdance Orchestra and held the post of musical director in the U.S. touring show (The Lee Company) until it was disbanded. Since then he has been playing on and producing albums. Among these are two productions for Celts Heritage star Dan ar Bras, and Breton legend Gilles Servat. Eoghan is one of the original members of the Celtic Woman band and has been on tour with us since 2005.


Tommy Martin took his first Uilleann Pipes lesson from Dublin piper, Mick O’Brien in 1984 at the age of 12. By 1988, with the great help of Mick’s tuition he won first place at the Annual Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann (traditional music competition), an event run by “Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann”, (Literally, traditional musicians of Ireland).
His professional career started in 1990 when offered a place in the band for Jury’s Irish Cabaret. A position, which he shared with Mick O’Brien. Then in 1996 Tommy took a job organising and playing at Irish music nights in Irish pubs in Hong Kong.
This led to more work in Asian cities such as Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Singapore and Tokyo over the coming years. Back in Europe, Tommy’s talent and experience took him to perform in almost every country with many different bands. Performances varied from solo events to playing with 5 piece folk bands. Since then his gigs have as diverse as being an Uilleann Pipes tutor in New Zealand to performing with “Riverdance” in New York to recording with past members of rock band “Thin Lizzy”. In January 2004 Tommy had the honor to play a newly composed piece of music with the Chicago Virtuosi Symphony Orchestra.
As part of the Celtic Woman Christmas Symphony tour in 2011 Tommy performed with the Denver Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and many others.
His first solo CD, “Uilleann Piper”, was released in 2000 which was followed by his second release, “Shady Woods” in 2005.
Tommy now lives in St. Louis, Missouri. When not working with Irelands Music Awards winners Teada and Emmy nominated Celtic Woman he also makes Uilleann pipes and penny whistles.


Ewan Cowley is a graduate in Music and Composition from Trinity College, Dublin. A producer, orchestrator and arranger, Ewan is also an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and backing vocalist performing on acoustic, classical and electric guitars, bouzouki, mandolin, Irish whistles and piano.

His recent music productions include works by Irish composer Paul Flynn (2013), the debut EP ‘Hazy Summer Morning’ from singer/songwriter Noel Cowley (2012) and ‘The Fields Of Athenry’ by The High Kings from their platinum-selling album Memory Lane (2010).

As an orchestrator/arranger, he transcribed in 2012 orchestrations for the ‘Believe’ DVD by Emmy nominated and platinum-selling group Celtic Woman. In 2010 he prepared vocal and orchestral scores for that group’s Isle Of Hope 2009 US Tour and Songs From The Heart DVD. He also composed arrangements for Memory Lane and The High Kings – Live In Dublin’ CDs by The High Kings (2010/11).

As a studio musician he has contributed to Grammy nominated albums and worldwide selling recordings by Bill Whelan, Celtic Woman, The High Kings, Tommy Fleming, Camille O’Sullivan, Ronnie Drew, Phil Coulter and Moya Brennan. He has also recorded with many other Irish artists including Jim McCann, Stephen McKeon (Movie Composer), Anna Rice (Irish Composer, Abbey Theatre), Noel Cowley, Naoise Stuart – Kelly, Eoin Cannon, Roisin Sullivan, Rebecca Winckworth and Roisin O’Reilly.

Ewan has performed worldwide at leading concert venues including Radio City Music Hall NYC, Red Rocks Amphitheatre Colorado, The Nokia Theater LA, O2 Berlin, Frankfurt Opera House and the Tokyo Dome Japan.

He has completed many tours and live shows in the US, Asia, South Africa, Ireland and UK with Celtic Woman, Riverdance – The Show, Tommy Fleming, Moya Brennan and Orla Fallon.

Ewan has featured in many TV and Radio (RTE, BBC, EU and US networks) performing with the above artists and also with Ronan Keating, Kate Walsh, Mica Paris, Gabriella Cilmi, Sharon Corr (The Corrs), Danny Jones (McFly), Brian Kennedy, Eddi Reader, Matt Cardle and Eddi Reader. In addition, Ewan has made several concert appearances with the RTE National Symphony Orchestra.

From 2011 to 2013 he has worked on RTE TV’s The Voice Of Ireland as a rehearsal pianist and also as a multi-instrumentalist in the live band. In 2010 he also worked in the ‘house band’ on RTE TV’s Tonight With Craig Doyle.

Ewan was born in Churchtown, south Dublin, Ireland. He was brought up in both Dublin and Derry, Ireland and also in London, England.


Multi-instrumentalist 24 year old Brian Mc Grane from Navan Co. Meath, is one of the most original and aspiring young Irish composers and musicians. From the age of 7, Brian showed a keen interest in piano and was playing many popular and religious tunes by ear. 
At 12 he decided to further his knowledge in piano and began to study with the royal Irish academy of music where he completed all grades. During this time Brian also showed a huge interest in guitar, percussion, orchestral and traditional instruments. In 2005 he joined the Navan silver band, playing trombone for two years. Meanwhile the young musician was playing guitar and keyboards country-wide with his own rock band. 
He has also accompanied many local choirs on organ from a very young age. From 2007-2011 Brian decided to further his creativity in a completely different area and graduated with an honours degree in Product Design from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)

Through a large network of college friends and colleagues, coincidentally, he met David Downes who asked him to join Celtic Woman.

Brian has also played percussion along side Ray Fean for the 2014 Celtic Woman Australian tour. The young musician and composer has also toured as pianist with the highly established and respected Brian Kennedy since 2011, and has collaborated with many young Irish artists since 2007. He has recently been working on a number of other Film and TV productions.

Brian is currently in the process of building new mixing and editing rooms to cater more comfortably for artists, directors, producers and other guests.


Anthony began playing pipes when he was 11 years old in the Arklow Pipe Band, with whom he won a RSPBA World Championship Medal in 2007. He has played competitively in Ireland, Scotland and France and has performed on stage at festivals all across Europe, The United States, Sri Lanka, Ireland and the U.K. In 2004, he won the International “Kitchen Piping” solo competition in Brittany, France, beating off such players as Fred Morrison and Stuart Cassells of The Red Hot Chilli Pipers.

In 2000 Anthony played for Pope John Paul II in The Vatican City and also attended an Audience With The Pope. In 2003 he performed on stage at the Opening Ceremony of The Special Olympics in Croke Park, Dublin, to a live audience of 90,000 people, alongside such performers as U2 and Riverdance. In 2008 Anthony toured The United States and Ireland with Irish band The High Kings and is featured on their CDs and DVD.

In 2010, Anthony played with Horslips on their comeback tour in the O2 and also featured in a live performance with Westlife for an RTE special “Westlife – For One Night Only”.

Anthony first performed with Celtic Woman in 2009 when he played as solo bagpiper on their production “Songs from the Heart”. He has been touring with Celtic Woman since 2010, and has recorded on “Believe”, “Home for Christmas”, and most recently “Emerald.

Anthony released his solo album “Celtic Piper” in 2011, which features fellow Celtic Woman band members Eoghan O’Neill and Ewan Cowley. Anthony is proudly endorsed by Scottish bagpipe makers McCallum, and plays a set of their fully engraved AB pipes and chanter.


Dublin born Andy Reilly began playing Drums and Percussion at the age of 7. He studied with the renowned Irish drummer, Jon Murray. This led him to study Percussion at The College of Music, Dublin. By age 11, Andy began to gain a valuable amount of experience playing with many bands, orchestras and variety shows. This included playing in Ireland’s oldest band, The St. James Brass and Reed Band Est. in 1737 and as principal percussionist with The National Youth Orchestra of Ireland.

At 15, Andy performed in the very first performance of Riverdance at The Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 and went on to tour for eight years as their percussionist on the North American production of Riverdance The Show. During this time Andy performed at such events as The Royal Variety Performance and The 39th Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden.

Having moved to Los Angeles and graduating from Musicians Institute Hollywood in 2006, Andy began to teach music with Sound Art LA as Head of their Percussion Department teaching disadvantaged children throughout the city of Los Angeles. He has recorded and played with many artists on the LA music scene, recorded numerous movie scores for Disney and has worked along side composer, James Newton Howard.

Andy was the percussionist with The High Kings on their first U.S. and Irish tours. Now having recorded albums, DVD’s and touring five continents, Andy is very proud to be part of The Celtic Woman family.



 "Celtic Woman" (2005)

1.Last Rose Of Summer (Intro) / Walking In The Air
2.May It Be
3.Isle of Inisfree
4.Danny Boy
5.One World
6.Ave Maria - (Latin)
7.Send Me a Song
8.Siuil a Run (Walk My Love)
9.Orinoco Flow
11.She Moved Thru' the Fair
12.Nella Fantasia - (Italian)
13.The Butterfly
14.Harry's Game - (Irish Gaelic)
15.The Soft Goodbye
16.You Raise Me Up
17.The Ashoken Farewell / The Contradiction
18.Si Do Mahimeo I (The Wealthy Widow) - (Irish Gaelic)

"Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration" (2006)

1. O Holy Night
2. Away in a Manger
3. Ding Dong Merrily on High
4. White Christmas
5. Silent Night
6. Christmas Pipes
7. Christmas Song
8. Carol of the Bells
9. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
10. Panis Angelicus
11. Don Oiche id I mBeithil (That Night in Bethlehem)
12. O Come All Ye Faithful
13. Little Drummer Boy
14. Wexford Carol

"A New Journey" (2007)

1. The Sky And The Dawn And The Sun
2. The Prayer
3. Newgrange
4. Over The Rainbow
5. Granuaile’s Dance
6. The Blessing
7. Dúlaman
8. Beyond The Sea
9. The Last Rose Of Summer
10. Caledonia
11. Lascia Ch’io Pianga
12. Carrickfergus
13. Vivaldi’s Rain
14. The Voice
15. Scarborough Fair
16. Mo Ghile Mear

The Greatest Journey (2008)
1. Call
2. Pie Jesu
3. You Raise Me Up
4. Harry’s Game
5. Butterfly
6. The Voice
7. Danny Boy
8. The Soft Goodbye
9. Shenandoah The Contradiction
10. Isle Of Innisfree
11. Dulaman
12. Green The Whole Year ‘Round
13. Ave Maria
14. Sky And Dawn And Sun
15. Somewhere
16. Beyond The Sea
17. Mo Ghile Mear
18. Spanish Lady

Songs From The Heart (2010)
1. Fields Of Gold
2. Amazing Grace
3. Níl Sé’n Lá
4. My Lagan Love
5. When You Believe
6. The New Ground – Isle Of Hope, Isle Of Tears
7. The Coast Of Galiçia
8. Non C’è Più
9. The Moon’s A Harsh Mistress
10. You’ll Be In My Heart
11. Goodnight My Angel
12. Galway Bay
13. The Lost Rose Fantasia
14. O, America!

Celtic Woman: Lullaby (2011)
1.When You Wish Upon a Star
2.Stay Awake
3.Baby Mine
4.Goodnight My Angel
5.Over the Rainbow
7.Walking in the Air
8.The Blessing
9.Brahms' Lullaby
10.Hush Little Baby

Believe (2011)
1. Awakening
2. Nocturne
3. Sailing
4. The Foxhunter
5. The Water Is Wide
6. Bridge Over Troubled Water
7. Black Is The Colour
8. Follow On
9. Ave Maria
10. Teir Abhaile Riu
11. You’ll Never Walk Alone
12. A Spaceman Came Traveling
13. Songs From The Heart: Walking The Night/The World Falls Away
14. A Woman’s Heart
15. The Parting Glass

Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas (2012)
1.Hark the Herald Angel Sing
2.Auld Lang Syne
3.Santa Claus is Coming To Town
4.We Wish You a Merry Christmas
5.We Three Kings
6.What Child is This
7.Silent Night
8.Mary's Boy Child
9.I'll Be Home For Christmas
10.Joy To the World
11.Winter Wonderland
12.Adeste Fidelis

Celtic Woman: Silent Night (2012)

1. Away in a Manger
2. The Light of Christmas Morn
3. O Holy Night
4. White Christmas
5. Silent Night
6. Ave Maria
7. Carol of the Bells
8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
9. Pie Jesu
10. Don Oíche Úd I Mbeithil [That Night in Bethlehem]
11. The Wexford Carol
12. The Little Drummer Boy
13. O Come All Ye Faithful

Emerald: Musical Gems CD (2014)
1. Mo Ghile Mear
2. Dúlaman
3. Caladonia
4. Amazing Grace
5. The New Ground
6. She Moved Through The Fair
7. Bridge Over Troubled Water
8. Níl Sé’n Lá
9. Danny Boy
10. The Voice
11. The Parting Glass
12. You Raise Me Up




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