Celtic Woman


Celtic Woman, an all-female Irish music ensemble formed in 2004, will perform at the Wharton Center 7 p.m. Wednesday (March 27) as part of its 20th anniversary tour. While the Grammy-nominated quartet’s composition has changed over the years, one former member is reprising her role for this tour: soprano Mairéad Carlin. Joining her are fellow soprano Muirgen O'Mahony, Irish harpist and fiddler Tara McNeill and the newest member of the group, vocalist and dancer Emma Warren.

Drawing from a robust setlist of originals as well as a blend of traditional and contemporary Irish favorites, the group will perform alongside a supporting cast of Irish dancers and bagpipers, plus a full band playing traditional Celtic instruments such as the bodhrán, tin whistle, bouzouki and uilleann pipes.

Tickets start at $54.50 and can be purchased at the Wharton Center Ticket Office, at whartoncenter.com or by calling (517) 432-2000.


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