patricia o'callaghan
patricia o'callaghan

Deepest December
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March 15, 2017

NY with Soulpepper Theatre Company

Just announced, Patricia will be joining Soulpepper Theatre Company in July when they take up residence at Pershing Square in New York for the whole month. She will be performing in various concerts and cabarets. More specifics available soon at this link  » read more

March 13, 2017

Happy emotionally-mixed-but-still-beautiful-Valentine's Day!

Click on this link to watch The Secret Love Story Behind Lullaby by Johannes Brahms:

September 10, 2012

At MusicFest Vancouver, Patricia O'Callaghan goes beyond the cabaret
By Janet Smith,

Quick: what does the term cabaret music mean to you? Does it bring to mind the songs of Kurt Weill, Marlene Dietrich, or Weimar-era Berlin? Old Hochtaler ads or Liza Minelli in a bowler hat and stockings? Edith Piaf singing in Pigalle? Or maybe the Great American Songbook?

For Patricia O'Callaghan, one of Canada's reigning queens of the amorphous genre and a pioneer of its contemporary form, it denotes much, much more. Take her new album, with Toronto's Gryphon Trio, aptly called Broken Hearts and Madmen: it encompasses a mariachi number, a tango-fired Astor Piazzolla operetta song, an Elvis Costello ballad, and a hauntingly moody rendition of Nick Drake's "River Man".  » read more

Deepest December: A Christmas Album
Patricia O'Callaghan

"A truly exceptional blend of natural expressiveness and masterful coloration…her tender versions of Cohen's ‘Take this Waltz' and ‘Hallelujah' are revelatory."
Billboard Magazine

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1. Deepest December
2. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
3. Noël Nouvelet/Patapan
4. Carol of the Bells
5. Northern Sky
6. In the Bleak Midwinter
7. Riu Riu Chiu
8. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
9. Les Anges dans nos Campagnes
10. Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen
11. Oh, Watch the Stars

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