Saint Sister

Presented by Irish Arts Center and National Sawdust



Wed, Mar 7



Box Office


Please note this is NOT at Irish Arts Center.


National Sawdust
80 North 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11249


Named “Best Irish Band” by The Irish Times, Saint Sister is the collective moniker of atmos-folk duo Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre. Fusing a unique blend of electronica, Celtic harp, and soulful vocal harmonies, the duo have been touring extensively since their first EP was released in 2015—turning heads at SXSW, on tour with Lisa Hannigan, in concert at Dublin’s National Concert Hall, and more. Making their highly anticipated New York premiere, come hear Saint Sister's “strong, resonant, magnetic sound” (The Irish Times) with us at National Sawdust.

Presented as part of the Spring Revolution series at National Sawdust.

“Their haunting performance is impeccable. Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty’s harmonies are so in sync it’s difficult to believe they’re not the same voice. Masters at creating atmosphere, they command the room.”
The Irish Times







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