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Suellen Coyle

085 8230410

Celtic Sisters are a professional vocal harmony group and have been singing together for many years.  As the name suggests, they are sisters and have always had a passion for singing since they were very young.

They pride themselves in delivering songs in their own unique and natural style, creating a beautiful calming atmosphere with a mystical, Celtic feel for your ceremony.

Some of their favourite songs to perform include “May it Be” by Enya, “Theme from Harry’s Game” by Clannad, and “The Hiding Place” by Liam Lawton.

Celtic Sisters are accompanied by Piano and are available for church and civil ceremonies and drinks reception.

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 3 reviews
by Shelly on Celtic Sisters
Wedding Date: 30-12-2017

These girls are simply amazing. From the moment I first contacted them to the day itself they were a pleasure to deal with. Their voices are stunning and they really made our day that bit more special. They sang all the songs we picked so beautifully. All the guests commented on the music. Everyone loved it. I would highly recommend the girls , I'm sure you will love them as much as I did

by Vanessa Mullen on Celtic Sisters
Wedding Date: 18/11/17

We were lucky enough to have the Celtic Sisters perform the ceremony music at our wedding in November, they were just fantastic from start to finish. Their sound was enchanting, and beautifully mesmerising. So pleased we found them, and had the pleasure of listening to them. Their singing/performance was beyond what we had ever expected,thanks again for helping make our day more special!

by Mark and Elaine Haslam on Celtic Sisters
Wedding Date: 20/09/17

These girls really made our day so special. Beautiful voices and piano playing. Would highly recommend to all. Very reasonable also considering you get 3 voices and a piano player. Thanks so much.

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