Celtic Reflections is a duo from rising folk stars Angela and Tad. They’ve both worked together before folk/early music band Joglaresa. They’re now working on their debut album together. Celtic Reflections is a way for them both to sing their favourite Irish and Scottish songs at ceremonies across the country.
Based in London, Lancastrian soprano Angela is a versatile singer, experienced in folk, opera, oratorio, theatre, medieval, renaissence, chamber music and recitals with organ, piano and lute.
Since embarking on her musical career, she has performed internationally, and has established herself as a specialist in the baroque repertoire.
She is featured in the film ‘The Favourite’, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, alongside Emma Stone and Rachael Weisz. The film is released in the UK in the New Year.
Professional multi-instrumentalist, Tad has performed/recorded and worked with many great musicians and groups such as Barrule, Tony Christie, The Kelly Family, Brian McNeill, Luke Daniels, Sylvain Barou, Cara Dillon, Kristina Train, Celtic Crossroads, Joby Talbot, Ranagri, Crossharbour, Bible Code Sundays, and The Long Notes (to name a few). He was a member of Ranagri for 5 years who released an album with pop legend Tony Christie (Amarillo fame) in 2015. He worked with the amazing Breton uilleann piper Loïc Bléjean. Their album was released in Autumn 2016. He a main member of CrossHarbour, who’s album was released in 2014.
During the summer of 2016 he was part of The Shakespeare Globe Theatre’s Season of Wonder. He was one of the four musicians on the production of The Taming of the Shrew (directed by Caroline Byrne). It received high praise from the critics.