CAREN LEONARD
Folksinger / Songwriter

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From children’s music to Cole Porter, from songs of women to songs of trains, Caren does it all!

Songs from around the globe!

Original songs, silly and serious!

With a broad vocal range and experience in many different styles of music, Caren puts on an exicting and varied performance, accompanying herself on 6 and 12 string guitar, dulcimer, and autoharp. (Children’s concerts also feature a plethora of rhythm instruments so that everyone can join in the fun!)

Some of Caren’s past performances:

Mayfair (Allentown, Pa.), Sandy Hook Festival (Monmouth County, NJ), Rose Garden Children’s Festival (Bethlehem, Pa.), Troubador Folk Festival (Churchville, Pa.), First Night Bethlehem, First Night Flemington,  Barnes & Noble Bookstore (Whitehall, Pa.), Border Bookstore (Whitehall, Pa.), First Night Doylestown.

Some more about Caren…

Caren lives in Easton, Pa. with her husband, Peter, a computer programmer, and their two sons, Philip and Julian. In addition to her ongoing musical adventure, Caren has a master’s degree in social work from Rutgers University and a B.A. in theater from Hunter College. Caren has acted in several local stage productions, including "Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding", playing a role she will never play in real life: the mother of the bride.

Caren is available for performances at coffeehouses, festivals, private parties, schools, daycare centers, nursing homes, etc. For bookings and further information, contact Caren at (610) 250-0819 or sirabela@yahoo.com. Please also email comments, questions, and suggestions regarding this site, including broken links.


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Children’s Music Network
People’s Music Network
Bucks County Folk Song Society
WDVR-FM Radio
www.frenchtown.com
Read about Caren at Region Online! lehighvalleyNOW.com
Contact Caren: (610) 250-0819 or sirabela@yahoo.com


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