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Be transported to another land to celebrate your Celtic heritage with the Australian Celtic Women.

" formed to bring together the richness of celtic heritage while also celebrating our own unique celtic heritages whether one or two or more generations back. "

The Australian Celtic Women show brings together an all-female musical ensemble to transport you back to rolling hills, misty moors, and heavenly voices, with tantalizing harmonies, dazzling costumes and whirlwind fiddle playing.

Stunning visual effects, angelic voices, costumes and choreography combined with the richness of Celtic instruments provides an unforgettable performance full of warmth, memories and exhilaration with the audience crying out for more.

With years of experience in opera, musical theatre, folk, pop and Celtic music; each individual brings together all the best elements of music in one show.

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As the Director of Australian Celtic Women, Miranda's vibrant personality and sheer energy shines through every show. With a passion for music, choreography, fun and showmanship, her dynamic vocals sparkle with pure emotion to dazzle all. Miranda has extensive experience singing with professional Corporate Bands at numerous 5 Star venues and Island resorts within Australia. Residencies include six months in Mulligan's Irish Bar (Holiday Inn, Shenyang) China and four months in Japan including major Chinese festivals, Japanese festivals and television. Miranda's rich soprano voice is equally at home singing blues, ballads or pop and now traverses the heights with Celtic music.



Working as a professional opera singer, Kathryn's rich operatic voice soars through Celtic melodies with warm, rich tones. Kathryn has performed extensively around Australia and Asia, relishing in the delights of many styles of music from Celtic music, Opera, Musical Theatre, Cabaret and Blues. Mezzo Soprano with Opera Queensland since 2003 and was previously a member of The 7 Sopranos. She has recently performed as a soloist in the Opera in the Gardens 2023 and as Grizabella in the Queensland Musical Theatre company’s musical “Cats” in May 2023. Graduated Master of Music Studies – Opera Performance.



Leah Tharlai is a singer/ songwriter in the blues/ folk/ jazz music scene. She studied at the Conservatorium of Music on the Gold Coast with performances at The Gold Coast Festival, Commonwealth Games events, Fete’ de la Musique, Jazz and Blues Festivals, QPAC and many venues around the folk music scene along the Queensland Coasts. Leah was an on-

screen actress and musical theatre performer from a young age bringing elements of expression and heart to the stage along with her soulful “folk-als” (folk vocals).



Gabrielle is a Coloratura Soprano and graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in Opera Performance and Bachelor of Science from University of Newcastle.

While in Perth she won the Operatic Aria - Kevin Sullivan Memorial Award, finalist in the National Aria competition, and won the English Opera and Art Song award in Sydney.

Gabrielle more recently toured regional Qld and NSW with The 7 Sopranos, and performs regularly as a guest soloist with the Amadeus Orchestra & Brisbane City Pops Orchestra.



Jeannine is originally a classical pianist who studied at the Conservation of Music in Queensland. In recent years she has discovered a love of Celtic music after joining the popular Norfolk Fiddle Club as a founding member. Jeannine brings elegance to the show, tinkling the ivories, or in this case the keyboard. With Celtic heritage running deep in her family and being married to an Irishman, she is looking forward to sharing Celtic sounds with our audience.



A Conservatorium of Music graduate in Voice and multi instrumentalist - Fiddle, Banjo, Bodhran, Guitar, Mandolin, he ensures the band has that extra polish and style.

He is also the fiddle player for the infamous "Murphy's Pigs" and is Tamworth 2020 Bluegrass Fiddle champion and received the Golden Fiddle award in the same year with Murphy's Pigs.

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