Celtic Psalms

Along with the McGrath family of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, I have arranged and recorded four volumes of psalms set to Irish and Scottish melodies. Go to to hear song samples and learn more about this bridge-building project.

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Be a part of creating beautiful music that crosses barriers. Music brings us together, and the words of the Psalms connect us with our shared humanity. As a cross-community group based in Northern Ireland, this is really important to us as we work towards peace and reconciliation in this society. Also, we have a lot of fun making music together! In exchange for your monthly support, we will share a bit of what goes on behind the scenes, live videos of us singing together, and invitations to live streamed concerts or events. 

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