Celtic Thunder's Symphony Tour at Atlanta Symphony Hall

This is the first Symphony Tour for Celtic Thunder, who departed from their traditional and critically-acclaimed large-scale set productions to perform songs from their 2013 chart-topping album Christmas Voices in a dynamic live music experience accentuated by the instrumentals of a full symphony orchestra.

The multi-Grammy-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra accompanied with holiday favorites ranging from traditional carols Away in A Manger and O Holy Night to the more contemporary Mary’s Boy Child and Fairytale of New York.  Celtic Thunder’s male soloists Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, Neil Byrne and Colm Keegan performed solo and ensemble numbers and signature Celtic Thunder hit songs Ireland’s Call and Turning Away.

Below are highlights from the Atlanta performance:

David Brophy conducting the Grammy-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

David Brophy takes a bow.

David Munro joined Celtic Thunder in 2011 as Musical Director and has toured with the show ever since.

David Brophy conducting.

Ryan Kelly

Emmett O'Hanlon

Colm Keegan

Neil Byrne

Ryan Kelly

Keith Harkin

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

David Munro, Ryan Kelly, David Brophy and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

For more information about Celtic Thunder, visit www.celticthunder.ie.

For more information about the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, visit www.atlantasymphony.org.


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