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Introducing Suzuki and her remarkable 5-string fiddle.

Suzuki Cady and her amazing musical partners provide live acoustic music for a variety of settings and occasions.

Suzuki began her singing career at age seven as a member of the Colorado Children's Chorale. At twelve, she was a member of a professional choir that toured China by invitation. 

She started playing the fiddle at age nine, initially focusing on classical style. Ultimately, her attraction to Irish traditional music led her to study and play with top fiddle masters in the U.S. and Ireland.

In addition to Irish fiddling, Suzuki plays a range of folk musical styles, and is a skilled singer and accompanist. 

Her love of Irish and other traditional folk music has found outlets close to home in the San Francisco Bay Area, and as far away as Galway, Ennis, Dublin, and Paris.

Artists and groups with whom she collaborates include Tres Noctambule, Kyle Alden, Sixpenny Money, and The Pure Drops.

Suzuki has appeared at the Fairfax Festival, the O'Neill Irish Music Festival, and the Fairfax Feis/Festival of Irish Music and Dance.

Suzuki plays a remarkable five-string fiddle made by master luthier James Wimmer of Santa Barbara. If ever she had to flee a fire, that's the thing she would grab.