Kathryn Canan

Kathryn, a white woman wearing glasses, peeks out from between two trees.

Kathryn Canan (she, her) attends the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains in Grass Valley, CA. She enjoys playing historical flutes, recorders, and whistles with a variety of early music and Celtic ensembles. She has recorded an album of medieval English music with Briddes Roune, Lenten is Come. Her CSU Sacramento liberal arts master’s thesis on Anglo-Saxon medicine makes her one of the world’s few experts on diseases caused by elves shooting invisible arrows. Her songwriting, influenced by mentors Emma's Revolution and John McCutcheon, takes the personal to the political, gently drawing listeners into the need for change.