THE SYMPHONY SHOW

Cherish the Ladies are the most successful Celtic Pops act in history. They have been the guest soloists for over 250 nights with the leading symphonies in the United States performing their Celtic Pops Celebration program and their Celtic Christmas show.

Their symphonic career all began with a phone call from the Boston Pops. The Ladies made their debut with the Cincinnati Pops under the tutelage of Keith Lockhart and after the overwhelming response from the audience, Keith took Cherish the Ladies back to Boston where they performed another four shows including the prestigious Tanglewood Summer Series. Their successful collaboration led to their Grammy nominated album “The Celtic Album”.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE BOSTON POPS:

“Cherish the Ladies is a wonderful group of entertainers: energetic, fun and innately musical. They are a joy to work with and quickly earned the admiration and affection of audience and orchestra alike.”
Keith Lockhart, Conductor, The Boston Pops

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE PASADENA SYMPHONY:

Every time Cherish The Ladies takes the stage, they set the world on fire! Their sheer energy, their deep love of music and their pure desire to want every member of the audience to laugh and sing and dance in the aisles is truly contagious! No one knows how to make audiences happier than do The Ladies!!
Rachael Worby, Conductor, The Pasadena Pops

REVIEWS

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE OMAHA SYMPHONY:
Review by Omaha World Herald

Cherish the Ladies rock the house with Irish lilt and laughter….it would be easy to mistake this group for a rock band, since it puts on a thoroughly entertaining show, complete with vibrant music, appealing singing, elaborate step dancing and a surprising amount of comedy. Madden is the group’s star and leader for a couple of reasons. For one, she’s a larger-than-life personality with a stand-up comic’s sense of timing and humor. But what mostly distinguishes Madden and her band is the sheer virtuosity of their music making.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE SYRACUSE SYMPHONY:
Review by Syracuse Post-Standard

4 stars out of 4 stars! The ensembles flawless performance makes the Celtic Celebration look easy! The sold out pops concert was stellar from start to finish. These women wowed us with their immense skill and utter mastery of the material.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE KNOXVILLE SYMPHONY:
Review by Knoxville News Sentinel

…the blend of the ladies with the symphony made the music one musical body which added up to one of the least pretentious and most welcome pops shows in a long, long time.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE WEST VIRGINIA SYMPHONY:
Review by Charleston Gazette

The St. Patrick’s Day spectacular drew a capacity crowd to hear Cherish the Ladies, the immaculately playing, high energy band, and Joanie Madden and the troupe did not disappoint. The Celtic band was the centerpiece of the performance; wonderful music…spectacular dancing…the ladies and the symphony were at their lyrical best!

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA:
Review by Garaud MacTaggart, The Buffalo News

Cherish the Ladies with the BPO deliver Close-To-Perfect Irish Program. It was a fun-filled Saturday evening with a full house packed with enthusiastic fans…. It was a fine, fine way to spend a Saturday evening. All of the musicians seemed to be on top of their game; the orchestral entrances were close to perfect and the Madden-led ensemble played cleanly, convincingly and with verve.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE SPOKANE SYMPHONY:
Cherish the Ladies is the real thing. Their pure love of the music jumped off the stage and into the audiences hearts. Through the unique combination of their extraordinary musicianship and dance, Joanie Madden and her band delivered and experience we will never forget! -Jonathan Martin, The Spokane Symphony

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE DETROIT SYMPHONY:
Cherish the Ladies blow the roof off of orchestra hall! Joanie Madden and Cherish the Ladies – a force to be reckoned with in the Celtic music scene.

CHERISH THE LADIES WITH THE MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY:
Elaine Schmidt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinal

The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Pops, led by guest conductor Michael Krajewski, joined forces Friday with the internationally acclaimed, all-female group for a high-energy evening of Irish music both traditional and recently written and dance. Cherish the Ladies brought a seemingly effortless mastery of Irish music and style and wonderful foot-tapping tunes to the stage.

PAST AND UPCOMING SYMPHONIES

The Boston Pops **
Atlanta Symphony **
Houston Symphony
Utah Symphony
Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Milwaukee Symphony
North Carolina Symphony
Cincinnati Pops
West Virginia Symphony *
Savannah Symphony
Nashville Symphony *
San Antonio Symphony
Detroit Symphony
Wheeling Symphony *
Austin Symphony
Syracuse Symphony *
Wichita Symphony *
Spokane Symphony
Pasadena Pops *
Virginia Symphony *
Springfield Symphony Orchestra
Boca Pops *
Jacksonville Symphony*
Long Beach Symphony *
Buffalo Philharmonic **
Columbus Symphony
Kansas City Symphony
Richmond Symphony
Crested Butte Orchestra
Rhode Island Philharmonic
Omaha Symphony *
Oklohoma City Philharmonic
Syracuse Symphoria Orchestra
Macon Symphony
Bartlesville Orchestra
Rochester Symphony *
Glacier Orchestra
Winfield Regional Symphony
Florida Orchestra
Binghamton Philharmonic *
New Mexico Symphony *
Baltimore Symphony
Pacific Symphony
Flagstaff Symphony
Binghamton Symphony
Orchestra of the Scottish Opera, Scotland
Memphis Symphony
Dayton Symphony
Erie Philharmonic
South Carolina Philharmonic
Florida West Coast Symphony
Tulsa Signature Symphony
Augusta Symphony
Mobile Symphony
Lexington Philharmonic
Orange County Philharmonic
Waterbury Symphony
Midland Symphony Orchestra
Phoenix Symphony
Grand Rapids Symphony *
Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
Jackson Symphony *
Dubuque Symphony
Knoxville Symphony
Lexington Philharmonic
Philharmonic Society of Orange County
Minnesota Orchestra
Orlando Philharmonic
Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra *
Grand Junction Symphony *
Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Canada*
North Indiana Symphony
The New Philharmonic Symphony
South Arkansas Symphony
Fort Smith Symphony
Springfield, Ohio Symphony
Tucson Symphony
Catskills Symphony Orchestra *
Fort Worth Symphony
Lake Placid Sinfonietta
Sioux City Symphony

* Denotes a return engagement

USA BOOKINGS
Alycia Mack
International Music Network
278 Main Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
Phone: 978-283-2883
E-mail: Agent@cherishtheladies.com