Kitty Donohoe


Ann Arbor-based singer-songwriter Kitty Donohoe will visit Lansing 3 p.m. Sunday (April 7) for a performance at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, across the street from the Capitol. The performance is free and open to all ages, with free parking available at the Roosevelt Parking Ramp northwest of the church.

Donohoe grew up as part of a large Irish family in Royal Oak, where she “started making up songs and playing the piano at a young age,” according to her website. She picked up the guitar in high school and went on to master the cittern, a Renaissance-era instrument that resembles a large mandolin. She continues to play all three instruments, blending classical Irish sounds with contemporary pop and folk sensibilities. In her downtime, she also writes children’s books. 

For more information about the event, which promises to be “a relaxing afternoon of wonderful music and storytelling,” according to the church, visit


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