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Irish Concert in New York City to benefit Kylemore Abbey, County Galway, Ireland

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 371 Sixth Avenue, New York, NY

You are invited to a very special Irish Concert in New York City, to benefit Kylemore Abbey, County Galway, Ireland. Event Co-Chairs: Fr John McGuire O.P. & Rosalind Secker-Walker '89 Monday, March 16, 2015 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church371 Sixth Avenue / Avenue of the Americas (The Village) NYC Featuring Eabha McMahon, Singer, Songwriter, Recording Artist, Dublin, Ireland, formally with Riverdance & Anúna Aileen Morgan, Singer/Songwriter, Kylemore Alumnus, NYC Marsha Long, Soprano, Harpist, Recording Artist, San Diego, CA The St. Joseph’s Church Choir Ticket prices: $100-front rows, $50-back rows and balcony $10,000, $5,000, $1,000 Sponsorships Available $100 tickets holders and all sponsorship levels will be invited to attend a VIP Reception with the performers following the concert For Tickets or more information, please contact Mary Reed 914-420-3517, All money raised will be directed to the construction of a monastery for the Benedictine Nuns

Tickets and Sponsorships are now on available, please contact Mary Reed for more information, 914-420-3517 or  

$100-front rows, $50-back rows and balcony


Solo Friday! 7pm, Path Cafe.

The Path Cafe, 131 Christopher Street, New York, New York

Free show, all ages. I'll be performing my originals for one 45 minute set.They've got great food and a low key vibe, and it will be a great way to kick off the weekend.(I'm filling in for Felix Van Cleeff who can't make it, so don't be confused if they don't change the calendar.)Can't wait to see you there!  

No Charge


Private Event

Private Event, New York, NY

Aileen Morgan - A glimpse into Aileen...

There are the facts: a singer-songwriter, an Irish-American daughter, born in an old farm town on the outskirts of New York City, a uniquely talented musician who has studied with legends in their fields, a performer equally gifted in command of both voice and guitar. There are the impressions, left on anyone who sees her perform: the smile, the depth, the soul on display in a three minute song, and of course that voice. But somehow more important than all of that is the music. Her music may be described as pop, folk, blues, or rock, but behind the inevitable labels there is a music that is formed by her own experiences and distinctly her own.

Aileen's desire to enrich her journey began at age 11. She was drawn to live overseas, in a mystical oasis set in the highly secluded mountains of West Ireland, thus beginning her formal musical education in voice. Although mostly self-taught, Aileen thrived in her new musical environs, earning a vocal scholarship to attend the University of South Carolina at the age of eighteen. While in Charleston, Aileen absorbed and interpreted the new sounds and styles of music around her, in a fashion that has continuously marked her musical career.

Flourishing artistically, Aileen taught herself the guitar, began to write music and perform with bluegrass artist Seth Morrison, study with renowned jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, and record with Southern folk phenomenon Frank Carlier. The songs from this early period in her songwriting are astounding, often epic works of emotion that demonstrate an innate ability to communicate ideas and feelings through song. Today, Aileen has grown this gift into an unmatchable bounty of music, capturing the experience of love, growth and the essence of life through song.

No matter the size of the audience Aileen plays to, she relishes in her ability to connect with them emotionally. As an artist, she tries to inspire people, enrich their lives, and to provide comfort and a sense of community through her music.