Good Health Reports and Ready for a busy spring of fiddling,singing and dancing

Posted on: March 8th, 2013 by Kelli

I have received positive results from my latest MRI and CT scan!  All is looking good so I’m now dancing and feeling almost 100 % again!   Just in time for spring!

I enjoyed some time in NS in February – teaching with Gordon Stobbe,  Greg Simm and Stacey Read at Shivering Strings Music Camp.  Not a bad place to be “snowed in”.

Greg and I got back into the swing of things with a couple of small concerts and that should have us in good shape for a good run of shows in May.  We will be hitting many spots in NS and several in NB so watch for details on my events page.

I recently received a travel grant from Canada Council for the Arts!  My first ever and I couldn’t be happier.  It will allow me to travel to Wisconsin this year to teach and promote Canadian Fiddle music at “Strings without Boundaries”.  http://www.stringswithoutboundaries.com/locations/lu.html

This event also allows me to continue to grow as a musician and as a music educator.

 

I look forward to seeing many of you out and about now that spring is around the corner.  Take care of yourselves and I will see you soon.

Please check out my bio page as I have updated it slightly and it features three new photos of a recent show – compliments of Lorne Carmichael, photography.

I have also added some new photos to the Gallery.  I know…. I need to do it more often!

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