Sierra Noble Music
Best known as a fiddle virtuoso who breezes through Celtic, Bluegrass, Jazz, World beat and other styles of music with stunning ease, Sierra's breadth of experience is impressive. Since the age of 7, Sierra has been a student of classical music as well…
Best known as a fiddle virtuoso who breezes through Celtic, Bluegrass, Jazz, World beat and other styles of music with stunning ease, Sierra's breadth of experience is impressive. Since the age of 7, Sierra has been a student of classical music as well as the traditional music of the Métis. Her talent has taken her around the world where she has visited countries in Asia, Europe and North America. She amazes audiences with compelling contemporary performances which feature exceptional instrumentals, energetic step-dancing and her infectious down to earth charm.
Never one to rest on her laurels, it is no surprise that 18 year old Sierra wants to expand and develop her musical talents. With a new EP to her credit, aptly named "Possibilities", Sierra's journey as a singer-songwriter is off to a promising start. Her voice is a study in gorgeous contradictions - wonderfully pure yet layered with subtle, smoky tones. Her songs speak of universal themes of love, longing and discovery wrapped in infectious melodies and delivered with sincerity and conviction. Audiences will be delighted to know that Sierra does not abandon her first love on this disc – it also features two instrumentals - including a compelling duet with special guest Ashley MacIsaac. She has created an atmosphere where stunning instrumentals and hook laden pop songs exist in perfect harmony. Produced by Bill Bell (Danko Jones, Tom Cochrane, Ian Thomas) and recorded in Toronto, "Possibilities" features some of Canada's finest musicians including Kevin Breit, Davide Direnzo and Kevin Fox.
Sierra dedicates much of her time to various causes, from her involvement with the global fight to ban landmines, her work with welcoming war-affected refugee families to Canada, as well as programs for inner-city youth in Winnipeg, all in an effort to make the world a better place. She has been presented with many humanitarian and volunteer awards for her substantial accomplishments including the Inaugural Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal but Sierra’s greatest satisfaction comes not from awards but from seeing the changes in people’s lives and the impact that the voices of youth can make in the world. It is no surprise that much of Sierra’s inspiration comes from the words of Gandhi, "You must be the change that you wish to see in the world."