Versatile, charismatic, passionate, Canadian fiddle player from Quebec, Ursula Schultz is a young upcoming musician. Well-versed in Celtic, Irish and folk Ursula puts her own spin on traditional and modern tunes as well as creating original compositions. After starting piano and step dancing lessons at a young age she got introduced to the fiddle at twelve. Her main Influences range from Alison Krauss, Máiréad Nesbitt, David Garret as well as many other inspirational people who have greatly impacted her passion and helped her carve a career as a soloist and a session player. With a unique, captivating stage presence and a wide repertoire of music Ursula's style varies from deep and sorrowful laments to dancing and spirited reels. She has shared the stage with a variety of notable members of the Canadian music scene, including opening for seven time Grammy Nominated Group Northern Cree, Keith Glass, former member of Canadian Hall Of Fame band and Juno award winning band, Prairie Oyster as well, Juno Award nominee Craig Cardiff and The Jerry Cans. Ursula has played at multiple music venues in Canada’s Capital for Canada Day at Parliament Hill, Bluesfest, City-folk Festival, Jazz Festival, National Arts Centre, Fairmont Château Laurier , Algonquin Commons Theatre , Shenkman Arts Centre, Centrepoint Theatre , Bronson Centre and The Grand Hall. Ursula was a special guest on Rogers TV for a series called "Ear To The Ground" as well appearing on CBC and CTV As a special guest, she had the opportunity to play at Toronto's Centre For The Arts showcasing upcoming artists in Canada. Ursula has her own Celtic trad group that she plays with regularly but aside from that she's currently the fiddle player for Multi Award Winning Indigenous Folk Group, Twin Flames. She's performed at festivals and concert halls throughout North America as well private events for politicians, celebrities and avid music lovers alike. There's new material on the horizon with an anticipated release date of November 2018. It's something you won’t want to miss.