COVID19 / Coronavirus Notice 3/13/2020
Out of concern for the health and safety of our audience and performers, we will be adjusting our spring shows as follows:
March 14, 2020 concert of Emmet Cahill is postponed until further notice.
March 22, 2020 Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra concert is cancelled.
March 28, 2020 concert The Hit Men is postponed until further notice.
We will contact all ticket holders and will announce to the public when we know a rescheduled date. Your tickets will be honored at that performance.
We apologize for the disappointment but the current situation calls for an abundance of caution. This message may be updated as we learn more. Thank you for your patience.
Star of PBS’s “Celtic Thunder” – Ireland’s Most Exciting Young Tenor!
Emmet Cahill’s ”Ireland” has debuted at #1 on the World music Billboard charts!
While Emmet has carved out his own unique identity as a solo artist over the past number of years, he is still an integral member or Celtic Thunder and continues to tour with the show. Emmet was also on the 2017 Celtic Thunder Cruise followed by the 2017 Symphony Tour of North America.
In addition to his role with Celtic Thunder, Emmet released his eagerly anticipated debut solo album “Emmet Cahill’s Ireland” which released February 2017. During his professional career to date, Emmet has immersed in a variety of distinct musical genres, awakening his passion for Irish music as well as other styles. Indeed the Irish Music Association named him “Tenor Of The Year” in 2013.
Emmet is also getting ready to set off on the Celtic Thunder 10th Anniversary tour aptly named ‘Celtic Thunder ‘X’ which will tour the US & Canada Fall 2018. Celtic Thunder are set to appear on the Today Show around St Patrick’s day whilst also opening the St Patrick’s Day Parade in NYC.
Oh my! Wait until you hear his version of Danny Boy: