Chelle Fulk

Our fiddler plays violin, viola, and various electric fiddles with groups ranging from classical string quartet to latin, jazz, and rock bands, and any other group you can imagine a fiddle in. Her solo recordings include “2 Do Beatles” and "Island Time".

Chelle also owns and operates Music by Anthem, which provides ensembles of musicians for any function or any reason.

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Glen McCarthy

After graduating from college while playing with "Hickory Wind" Mac traveled across the US as well as Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa. In DC you could find "Hickory Wind" performing at the Cellar Door, Childe Harold, Red Fox Inn, Birchmere, Lisner Auditorium, DAR, and even the Kennedy Center Concert Hall to name a few.

He continues to perform in no particular order in rock, country, big band, German, Hawaiian, Celtic, wedding, and praise worship bands as well as choral festivals and numerous musicals.

Sarah Jebian

Sarah has been dancing, singing and acting for over 25 years, performing from Alaska to New York - and almost all the states in between. Sarah has performed in well over 100 musicals - some of her favorites are Man of La Mancha, On the Town, Phantom!, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Annie.

Sarah was named Best Dramatic Actress in the 1993 National Showcase Awards, and received a New York Spotlight On! nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Old Morgaine in Avalon in 2006. In the 2002 San Francisco National Assoc. of Teachers of Singing Annual Festival Competition, she took second place in the Musical Theater Division and won first place across all disciplines, taking home the Barlow Award Scholarship that year. Most recently, Sarah was nominated for Best Solo Performance and Best Solo Show for her self-produced cabaret act, Taking Flight: Songs of Hope, which played in New York City at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity in July of 2015.

In addition to her performing career, Sarah is a director, producer, and voice teacher. From March 2015 to July 2016, she served as the Interim Music Coordinator at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax, and she teaches voice lessons out of her private studio at her home in Northern Virginia, as well as free-lancing as a soloist with D.C. area churches & community choirs, and gigging with two bands (Triptych and Keltish). Sarah?s debut album, Love Songs & Lullabies was released in 2012. When not making music or teaching others to make music, she likes to hang out with her husband and two young children. Sarah is a proud member of the Actor's Equity Association and the Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network.

Glenn Fink

Glenn is a veteran of the Boston and DC music scenes, with nearly 30 years of gigging under his belt in a variety of different pop and rock bands. In Keltish, he plays keyboards and guitar, sings some leads, and contributes original songs.

Glenn also produced a full length album for The Parlor Soldiers in 2011, and released his own CD of original songs, Hot Stoves Burn, in 2007.

Tigre Cruz

R.Tigre Cruz is a Rhythmic Modern Era Shaman, a drum instructor, a recording and performing vocalist and drummer, and a drum circle facilitator.

In his 39th year of drumming, studying, training, and/or instructing classical and modern percussion, he has acquired a wealth of experience in band, orchestra, marching band and competitive drum corps. He has been immersed in traditional West African Djembe drumming and technique for over a decade. He has studied drumming and drum circle facilitation, and recorded CDs with Jaqui MacMillan. He has performed with and/or learned from Daveed Korup, Eesa Grayson, Mamady Keita and Jim Donovan of Rusted Root among others. Tigre has facilitated many groups to shape intentions and drum circles for a variety of reasons: ritual, meditation, inspiration, trance, healing and enjoyment.

Tigre has co-created formal and informal ceremonies, and taught classes for multiple regional and national organizations such as Sacred Well, Carolina Spirit Quest The Mid-Atlantic Men's Gathering, Free Spirit Alliance and the Sacred Space Conference. He joined the band Kiva in 2005 as lead set and hand percussionist and a vocalist, has recorded multiple CDs and multiple singles and also has joined the band Keltish in 2011. He has most recently performed for a 2000 seat sold out Eva Cassidy Tribute performance at Maryland's Strathmore Theater with Amikaeyla Gaston and Trelawney Rose, and with Keltish in Daniel Nelson's sold out Irish Dancing Christmas in Williamsburg, VA.

He teaches for groups and private students and resides in College Park, Maryland and part time in Gaithersburg, Maryland.