January 2022 - Featured in Celtic Life Magazine... !

December 2021

It's almost 2022, and who knows what that will bring. I'm cautiously hopeful. I've started writing new music and applied for grants to support a future recording and a multimedia live show in case the world opens up again.  I always like to say goodbye to the past year by throwing away/burning any regrets and celebrating any successes, so that's what I'll be doing on New Year's Eve. Wishing you all the best for the New Year.

November 2021

I am thinking of Thanksgiving this week, and all I have to be thankful for. One of those things I am thankful for is being a musician. As a musician, you experience so many incredible moments, adventures and chances to bring joy to people's lives. I'm really grateful for that.

I have also started teaching online violin and fiddle lessons on a new platform lessonface.com/cady

On this platform, you can sign up for however many lessons you like. If you would like just a few lessons to learn some Irish fiddle tunes/techniques, you can do that. If you are preparing a violin audition or for one of those violin exams (I've trained a lot of students for both the ABRSM exam and NYSSMA violin and viola exams), this is a good way to get some input. Also if you need some ideas for how to practice or how to develop a beautiful tone, I'll be helping with those as well. I may even start a Celtic fiddle class there,

Thank you for checking out my blog. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

 

 

Fall 2021 News

Happy St. Patrick's 

Wishing all of you a Happy St. Patrick's Day! I'm playing for a private event on the 17th, but on the 19th, VIta and I will be playing on a float for the Hamilton Township NJ Parade...

New for 2022 

Happy to be featured in the Jan/Feb edition of Celtic Life International Magazine and also am on the new FENIX360  app https://cadyfinlayson.fenix.band

Projects in the works - The Quiet Light Project (live show tba) and composing pieces for a recording project that follows generations of Celtic women. I hope to share it with you soon!