Margaret was one of the selected artists from throughout the world to perform at the Pre Papal Mass Concert for Pope Francis at his recent visit to the USA.
Aretha Franklin and Andrea Bocelli also took to the stage for the Special Papal shows which were broadcast worldwide.
Margaret released her highly anticipated album "The Gift of Music" in June 2018. It soared straight into no #2 in the Official Classical and Classicfm charts, as the highest new entry, beating off competition from some of the world's most famous classical stars. She is also the first ever female performer from Ireland to ever enter the Official Classical Charts.
You can purchase the album here
London: LIVE AT ZEDEL (Album launch and concert)
Derry, N. Ireland
Jersey Opera house, Jersey
Jersey Opera House, Jersey
Margaret's new album "The Gift of Music" will be officially released on the 22nd June but pre-orders are available Right Now! Just click on the link below to order your copy. The album has also qualified for the Official UK Classical Charts
St Peter's Church
Theatre Royal, Plymouth
Salisbury City Hall
St Andrew's Arbroath, Scotland
Margaret has just completed a very successful tour with multiple Classical Brit Winner Russell Watson and orchestra. Her performances were met with great reviews and she will now return to perform with him at the Jersey Opera House in May 2018.
National Concert Hall, Wexford
University Concert Hall, Limerick
Cork Opera house, Cork.
Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin
Waterfront hall, Belfast
Margaret was invited to perform at Bill Kenwright's West End Celebrity Gala and performed at several Celebrity Christmas Concerts joining a host of stars and legends of music, stage and screen. She joined Ronan Keating from Boyzone, Sir Rod Stewart, Hollywood star Emma Thompson, actor Martin Clunes and many more famous names and faces.
Marylebone Church, London
Cork Opera House
National Opera House, Wexford
“A beautiful lady with a voice to match. The warmth of the audience’s applause at the end let her know that her popularity was undimmed.” (Belfast telegraph – Eddie mc Elwaine)