"We welcomed Alana and her father Leigh for one of our Sunday in the Park concerts in July 2015. Beautiful sunny day, huge crowd in the park on lawn chairs, blankets, babies toddling and dogs wandering and fabulous upbeat music from Alana and Leigh. A beautiful day."

Christopher Blake, Executive Director, MUSIC NIAGARA

"Fiddler Alana Cline delighted our audience at Canada Day Celebrations at Mel Lastman Square, July 1, 2013. Her Celtic fiddling is exquisite, solo or accompanied by other musicians, I recommend her for any festival performance."

Natasha Emery, Supervisor, Cultural Events, City of Toronto

"Alana and Leigh Cline performed twice at Burlington Public Library's Central Branch: once in August, as part of our Lunchtime Summer Concert Series, and then again in late September, where they gave a talk on the history of Celtic music in Canada that included performance elements as part of Culture Days. Both times, Alana and Leigh drew strong crowds to the Library for programs that had not been done here before, and put on a strong presentation that was very well received by the audience. Alana and Leigh are both very engaging performers, and very easy and professional to work with. I was very happy with their performance and presentation, and would not hesitate to hire them again."

Craig Logue, Events Coordinator, Burlington Public Library

"Alana is an inventive, energetic and imaginative musician who has a particularly vibrant and distinctive style of fiddle playing."

Maeve Donnelly

"Alana Cline is a highly gifted musician bursting with talent and personality. She transmits the magic of the stars."

T.C. McLuhan Producer/Director/Writer

"Alana Cline is a remarkably talented musician, who plays Irish, Scottish and Cape Breton fiddle tunes with great energy, style and spirit. She really gets inside the music, and lights up the room with sparks of creative fire. With her verve and versatility, she makes sessions come alive. Watch her closely; here is a fiddle player who is going places."

David A. Wilson, author, Ireland, A Bicycle and A Tin Whistle; Professor, Celtic Studies Program, University of Toronto.

"Alana Cline is a creative and innovative artist who keeps the flame of traditional music fresh and alive as well as opening new doors for our hearts and ears. And she is a joy to play with."

David Amram

"Alana is adept at performing multiple styles of Celtic music. Her energy, enthusiasm, and technical skill are a delight to her audience during her guest appearances with my band. I have enjoyed her fiddle playing during her solo performances at various venues."

Sandy MacIntyre