Caitlin Warbelow


Caitlin Warbelow hails from a family of entrepreneurs and bush pilots in Alaska and, for seven years, served as the violinist/fiddler in the original Broadway cast of the Tony Award-winning and Grammy Award-nominated musical, Come From Away. When not on Broadway, Caitlin performs and tours as a solo artist and with numerous ensembles, including Grammy Award-nominated Cherish the Ladies, Riverdance’s Heartbeat of Home, Sting’s Broadway musical “The Last Ship”, The Alt, Mick Moloney and the Green Fields of America, Michael Londra & Celtic Fire, Trinity Dance Company, and the Cathie Ryan Band, among many others. She founded the new trad ensemble Warbelow Range with Kyle Sanna, Alan Murray, and Dan Lowery and co-produced their first self-titled album. Her live album of Irish trad in Manhattan pubs, Manhattan Island Sessions, was nominated for an Independent Music Award. Caitlin serves on the faculty at Manhattan’s Irish Arts Center, and is the artistic coordinator for the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival’s Celtic program. Caitlin holds honours from the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts and the National Suzuki Conference. She is a regular faculty member at the Swannanoa Gathering, the Arcadia Festival of Traditional Music and Dance, the O’Flaherty Irish Music Retreat, the Gulf Coast Cruinniu, and the Far North Fiddle Festival, among others. An All-Ireland winner and New England Fiddle Champion, Caitlin also maintains a large private teaching studio online and in Manhattan and is a co-founder of the celebrated online traditional music platform Tune Supply. This will be Caitlin’s first time performing at Celtic Colours.

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