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.
St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
St Paul's Cathedral, London
Tickets (Now sold out)
Marylebone Church, London
St James' Palace, London
St James’ Church, Clerkenwell Close
Sloane Square, London
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Mount Argus Church,
Harold's Cross, Dublin
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St Peter's Church, Belper, UK
A Royal Announcement:
Margaret is honoured to announce that she has been invited to perform at St James' Palace Christmas Concert on the 6th December. In the presence of invited guests and Royal Patrons the concert will be a wonderful evening full of talent and inspirational people
Having recently topped the UK Classical Charts the UK Media covered Margaret's story. She was also invited to perform for the Queens's Honours list celebrations; Eamonn Holmes' OBE Award and the Best Hero's awards.
Chessington Methodist Church, Chessington UK
The Guildhall, Cambridge
Margaret was delighted to be honoured by the mayor of Derry, her home City, with a civic reception and award for her recent achievements within the Music Industry. Derry has been, and always will be, a huge support to Margaret and for that she is truly grateful.
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
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London: LIVE AT ZEDEL (Album launch and concert)
Derry, N. Ireland
Jersey Opera house, Jersey
“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)