I feel very fortunate to be jamming and singing with guitarist/vocalist Jim Harlan. We enjoy harmonizing on acoustic rock classics and Jim is a fabulous support for my flute jams.
A little background for me: I started studying flute at 12, after being told definitively to give up the violin. (Our dogs loved to sing along…) I immediately started jamming to my sister Sana’s guitar/vocal tunes, improvising naturally. We played locally and had the good fortune of performing at the Village Gate when I was 15 at the end of a women’s march. Since then I have been in and out of musical explorations, including a stint at Berklee College of Music. From ’87 to ’94 I lived and gigged in Crested Butte, Colorado after which I moved to Santa Fe, my happy home, where I continue to live with my husband Thom and work as a WordPress web designer. In 2013 I jumped full-steam back into music by attending Jazz Camp West in California.