Siobhan has recorded a new song for the holiday season. "The Snow Goose Song" was released on December 14th, from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Snow-Goose-Song/dp/B0180CVHYC)
or from iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the).
This song will also be included on Siobhan's next album, due to be released early next year.
Below is the official video for "The Snow Goose Song".
Look out for Siobhan on BBC TV's "Songs of Praise"! Siobhan recorded 2 songs for the program at St German's Church, Cardiff, Wales, on 27 September. The songs will be broadcast on future shows. Check out Siobhan's social media pages for news!
Siobhan's song "Prayer" was on "Songs of Praise on Sunday 31 January, 2016.
After a very successful European Tour, with concerts in France, Italy, Germany and Belgium, Siobhan took her "Celtic Roots Tour" to Ireland in September, giving concerts in Waterford city, Duncannon co Wexford, Ballinasloe co Galway, Galwy city and Carlingford co Louth. She later went on to Scotland to perform concerts in Rosslyn Chapel and St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh.
Siobhan (voice of Yseult) and Roberto Tiranti (voice of Tristan) were the invited guest performers at the Russian Premiere of "Tristan & Yseult" at the Novosibirsk Theatre of Music and Comedy, Siberia, for 4 shows on February 14, 15 and 16 2015. They received a lovely, warm welcome, standing ovations and many gifts - with the promise to have them back later in the year.
Below is a video clip of Siobhan performing in the Russian Premiere of "Tristan & Yseult"
Siobhan taking her bows in the Russian Premiere of "Tristan & Yseult" - Novosibirsk, Siberia.
As of December 2014, Siobhan will be based in the UK (North Wales) for a year, to take up touring and performance opportunities. She performed as "La Sirene" (The Mermaid) in another Alan Simon production - Cap'taine Kid - in Brittany on December 19 2014, and performed as the voice of Yseult in the Russian Premiere of "Tristan & Yseult" in Novosibirsk, Siberia on February 14, 15 and 16 2015.
Here is a video of Siobhan singing "Amis" in "Cap'taine Kid":
April 30 to May 3 - Australian Celtic Festival, Glen Innes, NSW, Australia
May 18 - Demat! Kansai Celtic Music Festival, Osaka, Japan
The World premiere of Alan Simon's "Tristan & Yseult" at Zenith Nantes, France, on March 7 2014 was a great success. Negotiations are underway for a European Tour.
Here is a segment from the Premiere of Siobhan singing "My Father":
Although Siobhan could not attend the 2014 Australian Celtic Music Awards Night, we have discovered she won the Best Contemporary Celtic Song with her track "Caledonia". Her producer, Quentin Eyers, won Best Producer of a Celtic Album for Siobhan's "Storybook Journey". She was also a finalist in the following sections: Best Traditional Celtic Song (Black is the Colour), Be st Female Voice and Celtic Artist of the Year! She will have the trophies presented to her at the National Celtic Festival, Portarlington.
Siobhan has been given a leading role in a Celtic/Symphonic Ballet by French writer/composer/producer Alan Simon, based on the legendary love story of Tristan & Yseult (Isolde). Siobhan is the voice of Yseult. The was CD released on March 3 2014, and the World Premiere show was held at Zenith Nantes, France on March 7 2014. A video of the show will be broadcast on national French TV in October, with the DVD released shortly afterwards. A European tour is planned for 2015. Check out the website for further details ~ http://www.tristan-yseult.com. Here is a video of one of Siobhan's 4 solo songs filmed live in beautiful Celtic Brittany:
"This album promises to take you on a reflective musical journey across the Celtic lands of Wales, Scotland and Ireland – and far beyond! You will be enchanted by sublime vocals, heavenly harp and stunning instrumental arrangements."
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Siobhan proudly singing the Welsh National Anthem at the Australia vs Wales Rugby Union match at Australia Stadium, Sydney. June 23 2012
Wonderful Welsh artist Roger Thomas has created these beautiful portraits of Siobhan. Prints can be purchased from Roger with profits going to Siobhan's chosen charity - Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool.
To order a print print, email Roger or send a payment by paypal to: Roger.firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to quote Siobhan's name, required print size and delivery address).
A3 Signed by artist- £30; A4 Signed by artist- £20; Two A5 postcards at £5
All postage free across the world. Further information on this facebook charity group.
Visit Siobhan's Shop to see
the new items for sale, like
these signed photos.
John Davis Music - Shop 6, Cinema Place (next to Palace Cinema), Adelaide 5000
Semprinis Music - Unley Shopping Centre, 204 Unley Road, Unley 5061
Blackwood Sound - 4 Coromandel Parade, Blackwood 5051
Cobweb Designs - 31 Mary Street, Cygnet
Fullers Bookshop & ABC Centre - 93 St John Street, Launceston
We hope you like the new design which uses Siobhan's photos from her "Lilium" photo shoot by talented photographer Tenille Muscat from Flare Photography. The structure of the site is basically the same, with an improved layout.
Look out for the slide out panels which are accessed by the pink buttons on the left of some pages. Clicking on the « will close the panel. Also notice the navigation at the top and bottom of the page, which includes links to Siobhan's fan pages and "Bookmark and Share" links.
Check out Siobhan's Shop to see what's in store! Also the new Music Player on the Gallery page, which has 4 playlists of Siobhan's Recitals Australia concerts (from 2007 to 2010). Within the player, click on the Recital you want to listen to, and the songs will be displayed. To get back to the Recital menu, click on the player button.
Great news! Siobhan won both awards she was nominated
for in the Irish Music Awards: "Best New Irish Music Artist" and "Top Harpist".
"Thank you to everyone who voted for me. Your love and support is overwhelming but appreciated."
Siobhan is proud to be a patron of the Ireland Canada Monument projects.
"The Ireland Canada Monument project is a non-political, non–sectarian, non-profit endeavour created for the singular aim of providing recognition to the significant Irish Contribution to Canada."