Mary-Kate is harpist for the harp and hammered dulcimer band Seasons. Faith and Family Magazine has called the band “a Catholic sibling act you don’t want to miss.” Their music is heard on both local and international radio networks, and they have made three appearances on national television. The band has opened for four-time Grammy winner Ashley Cleveland and played a reception for the Papal Nuncio. In total, Seasons has performed in nine states and the District of Columbia and sold CDs in twenty states, in ten countries and on every continent but Antartica.
Seasons has produced two CDs. Reviewers including EWTN and Catholic Digest called their first CD, a Christmas project entitled Eventide Lullabye, "exquisite," "fantastic," "haunting," and “beauty that would touch every soul.” Reviewers have called their Irish CD “fantastic” and “beautiful.” Christianity Today described Dublin Town as “lovely” and “17 outstanding tracks” while Grapevine Online said that it “is a good combination of evocative, heart-wrenchingly tender songs and rollicking Irish favorites” and that it “gives you such a feeling of peace, joy and wonder at their energy and musicianship—you’ll be humming Seasons’ tunes long after you’ve turned off your player.” The Seasons website can be found at www.seasonsmusic.net.
Mary-Kate has been playing harp since the age of twelve, and has performed in venues such as the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center in Washington D.C., and the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi, Italy. Mary-Kate also did some time as a street musician while studying in Oxford, England.