Celtic Fantasy was born of the meeting between two Breton friends and two Irish brothers around their common passion: the Celtic heritage. On their first album, released on March 30th 2015, Celtic Fantasy reinterprets traditional Irish songs and popular Frenchhits.
Flately's latest Irish dance show is Celtic Tiger, which opened in July 2005. The show explores the history of the Irish people and Irish emigration to the U.S., fusing a wide range of dance styles, including jazz. The show also includes popular elements from his previous shows, such as Flatley's flute solos and the line of dancers in the finale. Ronan Hardiman is one of Ireland's premier composers of traditional music, responsible for the score to Lord of the Dance as well as many Irish films and television series.
Celtic Woman: Destiny is the tenth studio album by the group Celtic Woman. This is Celtic Woman's first album to feature their newest members Mairead Carlin and Éabha McMahon. Destiny features vocalists Susan McFadden, Mairead Carlin, Éabha McMahon, and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt, with former member Méav Ní Mhaolchatha and Rebecca Winckworth as a guest. Tara McNeill, who would later become a principal performer in Celtic Woman, performed the harp in the Destiny DVD and PBS TV special as part of the orchestra. When PBS transmitted its video of the Destiny show, a cloaked woman (Dublin-based Irish actor, film maker, dancer and part-time model Sophie Merry) appeared in the titles sequence and the sequences that framed the pledge breaks. The album was nominated for Best World Music Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. This was the first Grammy nomination for the group.
Celtic Thunder’s ‘Legacy Volume One’ presents many of the best-loved numbers from the group’s nine standing-room-only world tours to-date. Song selections include “Heartland,” the group’s big opening number, along with crowd-pleasing favorites like “Raggle Taggle Gypsy,” “Galway Girl,” and “A Place in the Choir” alongside rousing anthems “Caledonia” and “Ireland’s Call.”
2016 release, the second installment of Celtic Thunder's live performance featuring many of the best-loved numbers from the group's nine standing-room-only world tours to-date. Also features Celtic Thunder reunited with guest artist Damian McGinty, an original member of Celtic Thunder who went on to win Fox's The Glee Project before landing a recurring role (as Rory Flanagan) in the hit series Glee.