in July Julane sings while accompanying herself on her Davidic harp, made by Alexander Marini, of Pennsylvania.
In June Julane played at a gathering in Rolette, North Dakota, and new and old friends came to listen. Here she plays an electric, black violin.
Julane jams with guitarist and singer Brett Allery, grandson of North Dakota legendary fiddler, Fred Allery.
Julane jams with Porky, a guitarist who kindly loaned his fiddle to Julane for the event.
Brett, Julane, and Porky play while others listen in.
Julane plays her pocket fiddle in Jamestown, North Dakota in front of the world's largest buffalo!
In June Julane demonstrated her pocket fiddle at the Lund family farm near Rolette, North Dakota and her uncle, Ken Lund, tried playing it. Doesn't he look a bit like Ole Bull or maybe Grieg?
In May Julane played with percussionist, Dr. Thomas Zirkle, as part of Lund's Concert Series at the Art Sanctuary, in Martinsville, Indiana.
Dr. Zirkle performed on instruments from around the world for this number in which Julane performed on the Norwegian Hardanger fiddle.
Julane and Dr. "Z" did free improvisation together. Here is Julane coming up with some unique, new, creative ideas on the violin!
In April Julane performed at the Folk Alliance Region Midwest conference, which was held in Fayette, Ohio. Here she is singing.
The conference was dubbed "FARMette." Julane played a traditional tune on Hardanger fiddle.
Here she is playing her composition, "Bluey Beetham's Waltz" on conventional fiddle. These photos were taken thanks to fabulous singer-songwriter, Tom Irwin, of Illinois.
At FARMette many of the musicians gathered for a jam session after the main concert. Julane played a polka and she got them dancing! This photo is by Tom Irwin.
Julane played with the Raven Road band in March at Mallow Run Winery, in Bargersville, Indiana. Read more about the band on the Raven Road page of this website.