An intimate musical journey performed by Ciarán Sheehan and his eclectic group of friends, From Galway to Broadway magically warms the heart and captures the soul of every audience member. We are happy to welcome Sheehan back to the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center stage since last performing here in 2016 while touring with the World’s Finest Tenor group Tres Voce.
Dublin-born Ciarán Sheehan is an acclaimed actor, singer, and voice healer whose performances have been described as touching the soul. His rich tenor voice easily enthralls the audience. Sheehan made his Broadway debut in Les Miserables, (Babet, Marius), and shortly thereafter Harold Prince cast him as Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera. After a year of playing Raoul on Broadway, he then moved into the coveted starring role of The Phantom, which he sang in over 1,000 performances.
As a solo artist, Sheehan has sold out four performances at Carnegie Hall and has sung the national anthem at various sporting and political events. He also sang at the internationally televised memorial for John and Carolyn Kennedy, Jr. and at the funeral service for Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joseph Biden.
Joining Sheehan is the talented Sarah Pfisterer, who has played Christine in The Phantom of the Opera for over 1,000 performances across the country. In addition, solo violinist Heather Martin Bixler and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Donahue will share the stage with Sheehan.
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