Alana is a Toronto-based fiddler specializing in combining toe-tapping traditional Irish, Cape Breton and Scottish styles to create her own sound. She performs both solo and in a duo with her father, Leigh Cline. She performs at festivals, concerts, libraries, corporate events, weddings, and private parties.

Alana specializes in telling the history and stories behind tunes and musical styles, and in learning upbeat and uncommon tunes from the 1700s and 1800s. She also specializes in performances and workshops comparing different Celtic fiddle musical traditions.

Having performed in Canada and the US, a small selection of performances (solo or as part of Alana & Leigh Cline) include the Great American Irish Festival, Celtic Island Music Festival, Trenton Scottish Irish Festival, Irish Real Life Festival, Chris Langan Weekend, City of Toronto's Canada Day Celebrations, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, Music Niagara, Toronto Public Library, Burlington Public Library, folk clubs, and at private corporate events for Tourism Ireland, Corus Entertainment, Enterprise Ireland, Maple Leaf Foods, and Discover Halifax. Alana & Leigh have a self-titled CD.

Info about Alana & Leigh Cline here: ALANA & LEIGH CLINE