An Evening of Spiritual, Gospel, Inspirational and World Music Hits, CHLOE AGNEW’S ANGELS IN THE CATHEDRAL features the stunning O’NEILL SISTERS, X Factor’s MELANIE McCABE, introducing RACHEL COYNE and very special guest Sibéal Ní Chasaide for a special concert at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday, 29th December 2019.
Promoter Pat Egan brings together 7 of the brightest and best young Irish female voices for a unique evening showcasing their pure and beautiful voices in the wonderful ambience and acoustics of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. With the emphasis on voices, acoustic, acapella and electric, seven of the most stunning young female popular music artists in Ireland feature in a unique concert event, the first of its kind performed within the walls of Ireland’s most iconic cathedral.
Chloe Agnew: The Voice of Celtic Woman, Chloe Agnew came to fame at the age of 14. She spent an incredible 81 weeks at No. 1 in the USA Billboard Charts with Celtic Woman and, following an outstanding career as one of the original members of Celtic Woman, she embarked on a Solo Career. Based in L.A., Chloe Agnew has forged a hugely successful career as an artist in her own right. She tours continually with various state orchestras, amongst them The Boston Pops. She is currently Special Guest with Nathan Carter on his US tour.
Sibéal Ní Chasaide’s powerfully emotive live performance of Patrick Pearse’s famous 1912 poem ‘Mise Éire’ with the RTE Concert Orchestra, commemorating the 1916 centenary established her as a national treasure and led her to performing around the country for audiences that included the President followed by performances in London, New York, Toronto…….. Honing a unique accessible, modern representation of a traditional vocal style led to her performing at mainstream Irish festivals including ELECTRIC PICNIC. Her pure, natural vocals, simultaneously serene yet heartfelt, reel you in and captivate you.
Rachel Coyne: Described as the new Charlotte Church Sixteen year old teen sensation Rachel Coyne came to the nation’s attention performing ‘Never Enough’ on the Late Late Show last year. She was on the Late Late Show again recently performing “Sometimes You Can’t Make it” with the Spotlight Choir.
The O’Neill Sisters received international acclaim when their rendition of the beautiful Irish classic “Red Is The Rose” went viral, gaining over 8 million views and thousands of shares worldwide. From performing before royalty including H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco to performing live on international TV, their innate skill for three-part harmony is exquisite. They worked with Irish legendary producer Billy Farrell (The Corrs, Brian Kennedy) recording new Celtic inspirational songs. What the critics have said: “beautiful singers, stunning ladies too” H.S.H Princess Charlene of Monaco; “you sound like angels” Bruno Mars; ‘pure beauty , celestial grace and unbelievable talent’ Pascal Guillerme and Don O’Neill (Celebrity fashion designer)
Former X Factor semi-finalist, Melanie McCabe is one of the best power ballad performers who starred in her own shows The Greatest Divas show at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, has also recorded with the Legendary Stylistics. Melanie will perform spiritual music’s biggest crossover hit song ‘You Say’ by Laura Daigle and many more.
Musical Director is Eugene McCarthy.