I started studying flute at 12, after being told definitively to give up the violin. (Our dogs loved to sing along a little too much…) Almost immediately I 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, work part time as a WordPress web designer and playing in a duo with Jim Harlan.
Remember the Swing Brothers playing at the Farmer’s Market last summer? See their photo above. They were great. Jim and I need a shot from our upcoming gig, so feel free to help us out, okay? Thank you!
Canyon Road’s annual Spring Art Festival will take place Friday & Saturday, May 7th this year. Live demonstrations take place en masse on Saturday from 10 to 3. There is always high turnout for this festival, and Canyon Contemporary regularly has several participating artists. This exuberant event marks the beginning of the high season on Canyon Road, and offers a rare opportunity to communicate directly with artists… as they create works which may soon be in your collection. We would love to see you.