16 years vocal - live performance, no competitions
14 years keyboard - casual hobby, no competitions or live performances
3.5 years concert flute/piccolo - live performances, competitions, and touring

1 year: I've recently taken up Tin Whistle (C and D) and Crystal Piccolo (D), and am currently learning violin/fiddle and harp
Of the recently added instruments, I consider myself near proficient only in Tin Whistle and Harp.

For vocals, my experience is primarily choir setting and musicals. I can sing operatic if the need is there. But because I haven't had any professional coaching, I don't always sound the best when on my own.

When all is said and done, I prefer higher range vocals, but I am willing to sing whatever I can manage. As for instruments, I am currently leaning more towards Harp and whistles, but I am willing to learn anything I don't already know - typically I am capable of learning a new instrument within a month.
I am self taught for harp, tin whistle, crystal piccolo and keyboard. And am currently attempting to learn violin

(Updated: 6-Jun-15)
Currently I am not looking to join a group, as I don't have the time due to several constraints. As for casual jamming on the other hand, I might be able to manage this, depends on time and location.

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Member since:
Oct 06 2013
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Just for Fun
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week


Pink Floyd, The Who, Headstones, Nash the Slash, Ramones, Supertramp, Vengeance, Ambeon, Ayreon, Star One, Kalisia, Kamelot, Kharma Code, Savages, Muse, Fix This, Faunts, Underworld, Kraftwerk, Lacuna Coil, Nightwish, Tuatha de Danann, Led Zeppelin, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Martha and the Muffins, Arrogant Worms, Captain Tractor, Dave Edmunds, Arcade Fire, Blind Guardian, Eluveitie, etc.

The list keeps growing, so there's a fair bit that isn't listed.


Voice, mic, computer, flute (Hall Crystal Piccolo in D, and Concert Flute), tin whistle (Clarke in C and Clarke in D), violin, harp (12 string Roosebeck Baby Harp, and 22 string Roosebeck Heather Harp)... and that's it really.