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Julane Lund sings, and plays violin, viola, fiddle, the Norwegian Hardanger fiddle (an eight stringed, highly ornamented instrument), piano, and a number of other instruments. She has performed a variety of styles of music, including but not limited to: Julane’s own compositions, country and western, classical, old-time fiddle music, cowboy tunes, ragtime, music from theatre and film, Celtic, Scandinavian, French Canadian and more. She has performed in Eastern and Western Europe,
Julane Lund is a versatile musician specializing in violin and fiddle performances as well as singing. She performs a variety of styles of music, such as: classical, Celtic, Scandinavian, traditional American tunes from the late 1800s through today, and more. Besides the conventional violin she also plays the Norwegian Hardanger fiddle, which has eight strings.
Weddings: $250.00 for the first 90 minutes, and $75.00 per hour thereafter.
Festivals and Corporate Functions: $200.00 for the first hour, and $75.00 for each hour thereafter.
Small Venues and Private Events: Ranges from $150.00 to $250.00 for the first hour depending on the type of function (educational events are cheaper).
Recording for your CD or DVD: $100.00 for the first hour, and $50.00 for each hour thereafter.
Telemark University College (Norway):Master of Traditional Arts Degree with specialty in Norwegian and Norwegian-American fiddling
Telemark University College (Norway): Bachelor of Folk Music Degree with specialty in performance
Ball State University: Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education with emphasis on violin performance
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Member of: the Art Sanctuary of Indiana, Hardanger Fiddle Association of America, National Old-time Fiddlers Association, Folk Alliance International, Folk Alliance Region Midwest, GoGirls Music
2006: First Place Winner of the Traditional Arts Indiana State Fair Fiddle Contest
2003: Telemark University College; Student of the Year Award
2001: Indiana Arts Commission Grant
2001: Sons of Norway Heritage Scholarship
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