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Multi-platinum, Irish music sensation, Celtic Woman, returns with a brand new show, Destiny. The concert was filmed in Dublin, Ireland at The Round Room at The Mansion House, the historic home of The Lord Mayor of Dublin. Featuring an entirely new production, the show honors Ireland's past, whilst bringing a contemporary musical edge to songs old and new in a way that reflects the vibrant, modern nation that the country has become. The all female ensemble delivers timeless traditional Irish songs such as "Bean Phaidin" and "Siuil A Run" highlighting the beauty of Ireland's heritage and its Gaelic language. Alongside newer songs such as "Walk Beside Me" and "The Whole Of The Moon," the show also features reimagined renditions of audience favorites "Amazing Grace" and "You Raise Me Up." Named Billboard Magazine's #1 World Music Act 8 times in the past 10 years, Celtic Woman showcases three world class vocalists Mairead Carlin, Susan McFadden and newest member Eabha McMahon and brilliant Celtic violinist Mairead Nesbitt. Celtic Woman made its debut on PBS in 2005 and have achieved huge success selling over nine million albums and DVD's worldwide and reached platinum-level sales in nine countries. In the U.S., every Celtic Woman album has debuted at #1 on Billboard's World Album chart. The group has performed for over three million fans on six continents in 23 countries. Join Celtic Woman on the next chapter of their musical journey - a true destiny to be shared by all!.

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    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 4 min

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    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 31 min

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