I know normally the Blog Posts are written in third person but I think it’s much more cozy and friendly to write from my own perspective don’t you think!
This year has been a year of change for me! I decided I wanted to devote more time and effort in creating a strong base for myself here in Adelaide, South Australia. Don’t worry! This doesn’t mean I won’t be travelling. Just no more 6 months in each hemisphere anymore!
In the last few months I’ve been working hard to get the right credentials and security checks to become a teacher with Novar Music; an Instrumental Teaching School Franchise. During this time I’ve also moved out of home for the first time with a good friend of mine and her cat, which will be the subject of another post! I’ve also been coming up with ideas for a new album, more YouTube activity, and working out the possibilities of being more inclusive with my fans. As some of you may have noticed I’ve also been working on making a name for myself in the Wedding Music Industry and even joined a site called ‘Easy Weddings’.
I hope to be more active online and to connect more and more with you all!
- November Notes! 4th December 2018
- What I’ve been up to! 24th August 2018
- Excalibur IV 10th November 2017
- Euro Tour 2017 12th September 2017
- Australian Celtic Music Awards 15th May 2017
- National Folk Festival 2017 22nd April 2017
- Siobhan – One of the New Ambassadors of Celtic Music 26th March 2017
- New Official Video Released 24th March 2017
- Girl of the World Success! 21st March 2017
- Girl of the World ~ at the 2017 Adeaide Fringe 10th January 2017
- EXCALIBUR the Celtic Rock Opera 29th December 2016
- BBC TV Songs of Praise! 28th October 2016
- Festival Interceltique de Lorient 23rd August 2016
- ENTWINED – Siobhan’s New Album 29th May 2016
- New Magical Winter Song! 20th December 2015
- Celtic Roots European Tour 20th October 2015
- Success in Siberia! 27th February 2015
- Cap’taine Kid 23rd December 2014
- Australian Celtic Music Awards 22nd June 2014
- Tristan & Yseult ~ The French Project! 21st March 2014