Kate Callahan has opened for folk legend Judy Collins and shared the stage with folk-rock artists Rachael Sage and Regina Spektor. Now she brings her unique soulful sound and spiritual approach to music to Hartford Seminary in a concert setting.
Kate’s new album Two Doors explores themes of spirituality, relationship, reincarnation and creativity. Music critic Steve Metcalf compares her early work to “what the young Leonard Cohen might have sounded like had he been a woman and a little more harmonically adventuresome.” WNPR host Colin McEnroe said of her: “Kate Callahan is the only performer I’ve ever seen who occasionally seems to be channeling something vaster and far more ancient than herself, something more easily understood by Emerson than by any modern person.”
Come see Kate’s show and witness the beauty of her voice live.
Advance tickets are $20; at the door, $25