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Celtic Woman Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 32



3.0 star rating Gwyneth from Sarasota, Florida


Well what can I say? I’ve been a fan for years, but what the @#*%? I needed earplugs. The opening songs were a wall of sound where the background musicians drowned out the singers. They adjusted something a few selections in and it was bearable. They got it closer by the second half. The musicians are brilliant. Tara McNeil is a standout, but a poor sound technical crew killed the magic. The sound was overproduced. I was reminded of a Britney Spears concert my niece dragged me to years ago. It was nice to see Chloe Agnew on stage, Isle of Hope was wonderful. Megan Walsh has a lovely voice, but there was control and cohesiveness lacking. Goofy choreography spoiled the awe and mysticism of the televised shows at historic locations. The grand choir and orchestra were MIA and replaced by a handful of stage musicians. Budget cuts? The dark-haired Celtic lady, Mairead Carlin was flapping her arms around and weaving like a harpy. She also flattened many top notes. The sound in the second half was better. The women had moments that reminded me of the great shows of the past with lovely harmonies. I kept thinking they need a manager. Chloe? Megan Walsh’s I am the voice was well done, though it didn’t match the intensity and poise of Lisa Kelly’s standout performance, still available on YouTube. Also Watch Lynn Hilary’s Lagan Love, from the Slane Castle production, or dear Chloe’s The Prayer on YouTube and save your money. This live theatre show didn’t do it for me.

3.0 star rating Suzanne from Richmond, Virginia


The beautiful voices and harmony were drowned out by the instruments. The words were muffled because of an apparently poor sound system. I love their music but was disappointed in the concert.

3.0 star rating Beatrice Davenport from Syracuse, New York


I saw the Celtic Woman at the Landmark Theater and I found that to be astounding. Last night my daughter and I were excited to see them again after a 2 year wait. They were good, some parts great but overall they weren't as good as when they were at the Landmark. Drums were too loud, they drowned out some of the songs. Too much background music. The woman have great voices and I would have loved to hear the songs they sang. Not all was like that but both my daughter and I were disappointed. We were in the balcony and we checked the prices for yesterday's concert and where we sat was $39.00. 2 years ago when my daughter purchased these same tickets she paid $90.00 each for them. Not happy. I do believe that the Landmark has better acoustics also. We did enjoy the dancing and the men singing. We just wished we could have heard the words to some of the songs.😔

3.0 star rating Earl from Salt Lake City, Utah


I have loved listening to Celtic Woman since 2011. Not likely to go again. Orchestra overwhelmed the voices. The girls lacked warmth and personality of times past... violinist reminded me of a Disney puppet. Felt like they couldn't wait to be finished. So disappointed.

3.0 star rating Ronald Rayfield from Kings Mountain, North Carolina


The Singers and musical instruments were Perfect technically and presentation was excellent. This performance however was like a mini-performance from past performances. The auditorium was not designed for stage performance like Celtic Woman. Not enough stage space. No Orchestra space, acoustics allowed echoing of sound and skewed the music. Viewers in the rear seats cannot see the faces of the performers because there are no big screens for everyone to see. The Music technical staff had the music over running the singers. Back rows could not even hear the words. Sound was better in the rest rooms. Always remember the performance is only as good as the sound setup. Rule #1, the music is like the water and the singers are like the boat that floats upon the water. Music supports the singers. Too much music sound sinks the boat. It is a great dis-service to the performers who put their souls into their music and then gets destroyed by incompetent technical support who should know these things.

2.5 star rating Carol Sue Richhart from Indianapolis, Indiana


We love Celtic Woman and all the team that works so very hard to present such an awesome show. These gals are so genuine and fun. It was such an honor that they make Indianapolis, IN, a regular on their show tour. We have seen them each time they come through. Our question is, what do we need to do to have "Indy" be their 2nd Home away from Ireland! Call Rejuvenation Station @317-352-9787 Celtic Woman and your team, so we can help take care of you with the best Natural therapies, as you minister to our hearts & souls with your beautiful melodies and Songs. THANK YOU! Carol Richhart-Indianapolis, IN

2.5 star rating Karen from Fort Myers, Florida


This show dragged from the start. I had high expectations of pretty music and ladies. Same old Christmas carol music dragged on and on. No costume changes. No inspiring choreography Sorry. I've seen better shows at high school


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