Kirin Lamb

Flautist and Pianist

Kirin has been immersed in Celtic music since childhood, getting her start with the Coast String Fiddlers of Roberts Creek, BC. She loves to blend folk traditions with other styles and holds a Diploma in Jazz Piano from Capilano University. Beyond the NSCE, she also performs with Elsay, a lively quartet that has twice graced the stages of CelticFest Vancouver.

Kirin is also a passionate outdoor and environmental educator. She presents sustainability programs for schools across the Lower Mainland and coaches youth rock climbing. Previously, she has written and performed ecology-themed musical amphitheatre shows for Alberta Parks, and snowshoe guided in the beautiful North Shore Mountains.

About NSCE
  • Testimonials
    "In addition to performing at a number of our special events each year, the youth of the Ensemble has also worked with the Silver Harbour Choir to present intergenerational concerts to the community … a musical delight for the audience and an enlightening experience for both the youth and seniors involved, as they shared their love of music across the generations. The young people of the Celtic Ensemble are always inspiring and heartwarming in their musical talent and generosity of spirit."
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    - Annwen Loverin,
    Executive Director
    Silver Harbour Centre
    North Vancouver, BC