Anne at Algoma Trad
Anne with the band
Njacko and Joaquin at the Gladstone
Anne has performed at Festivals and clubs in Europe and North America, on countless theatre stages, at barn dances, fairs, in hospitals, churches, community centres, at gatherings large and gatherings small. Sometimes she is alone, sometimes with an accompanist, sometimes she leads a band. She fiddles – Irish, Scottish, French-Canadian, Metis, Klezmer, Bulgarian, sometimes a little swing. She sings old Canadian songs in English, French, Gaelic, and occasionally in Yiddish, Macedonian or Ojibwe . She has pioneered her own special brand of singing and playing fiddle simultaneously. Sometimes she plays piano, accordion, long-necked mandolin, tenor guitar, bones, jaw harp and feet.
New and Old Canadian music, from James Stephens, Emilyn Stam and Anne Lederman. www.ehtunes.com
A duo with old Muddy York buddy, Ian Bell, featuring trad and original Canadian songs and tunes. Hear what 35 years of playing music together can do. www.ledermanbell.ca
Toronto’s kalimba master, experience Cameroon in Canada. Njacko's web site
Tunes, songs old and new, stories - a one-woman show on voice, fiddle, feet, long-necked mandolin. Media kit
Spirit of the Narrows
One woman’s journey into the world of Aboriginal fiddling.
See the page
Anne at the Symphony
Anne made her debut in 2010 with the Stratford Symphony
in a stunning new arrangement of Tamarack'er Down by
Martin Van de Ven. For A world music orchestra exoerience
- singing, clogging, fidlding, see where you can go.
The whole shebang: Tom Leighton (piano, accordion) Ian Bell (guitar, button accordion), sometimes bass and percussion. Songs to dare the devil, tunes to save your soul. See the Fiddlesong page
Fiddlesong Dance Band
From a duo to the full quintet, the Fiddlesong Dance
Band inspires you to jump for joy.
See the Fiddlesong page
Anne also does special shows for kids. Just follow the link
with Njacko at the Gladstone
Anne, Deb and Tom
Anne with the Stratford Symphony