venues throughout New England. She has been honored as a “tradition bearer” in the Revels Salon series and in the Gaelic Roots Concert Series at Boston College, and her music has been featured on NPR’s programs, “Car Talk” and “All Songs Considered.” She has released four solo CD’s, two collections of poetry, and has collaborated on recordings and live performances with Tim Janis, Lauren Passarelli, The Chanticleers, The Celtic Kates, and many others.
Named as one of “The Most Fascinating People” in Central Massachusetts by the Sentinel and Enterprise Newspaper, Kate is also the founder of The Bardic Academy, a school for great-hearted people at the crossroads of art and magic. She brings to her audiences the sounds of the harp, piano, tin whistle, Irish flute, and melodeon, a deep love and knowledge of traditional Irish story, a warm and welcoming presence, and a voice often described as “the voice of an angel.”
Enjoy Kate’s musical talents and entertaining Celtic stories at the Corner House’s Storytelling Dinner Program on Thursday, Feb. 2nd. Storytelling Dinners are held every Thursday evenings from late October through the end of May at the Corner House in Center Sandwich. Dinner begins at 6:30 PM, and the cost is only $21.95 per person. For more information and reservations contact the Corner House Inn at 284-6219 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org