The Reel Sisters are a duo steeped in the musical tradition of Scottish harp and smallpipes. Rosalind and Kelly share lifetimes of experience in the traditional music community and the technical expertise of classical training. Compelling tunes combine with The Sisters' approachable, lighthearted personalities to create a unique and intimate musical experience. The Reel Sisters' music is uplifting, stirring, and just sweet fun.
Rosalind Buda holds a BMUS from the University of Iowa and a MM from New England Conservatory in Bassoon Performance. She has taught and performed throughout the US and Europe. She teaches and performs classical chamber and orchestral music and Celtic music in her in her home of Asheville, NC and throughout Western North Carolina. Keeping to the mountain tradition, Rosalind plays banjo for fun and enjoys contra dance.
Kelly Brzozowski holds a BMUS and a Masters Diploma in Harp Performance and Musicology from the University of North Wales. She has taught and performed throughout Europe and the US. Kelly lives in Atlanta where she maintains a large teaching studio and performs both classical and Celtic music. When she is not performing or teaching, she is homeschooling her son. You will often find them designing and conducting experiments. Is it science or food?!
Rosalind and Kelly both enjoy coffee, chocolate, and wine, fiber arts, games of all kinds, playing tunes outside, learning with young ones, traveling, and meeting new friends.
Booking & EPK
The Reel Sisters are now booking performances. Contact Kelly at 404-395-8133.
Check out our new EPK! You can view and download it at reelsistersmusic.com/press-kit.
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Burns Night - Asheville Sister Cities SOLD OUT
- January 25, 2023
The Reel Sisters Perform to celebrate Robert Burns
Coffee Craze, The Caffeinated Side of Baroque
- Sunday, March 12, 2023 3pm
Rosalind Buda performing on bassoon
Come have a cup of coffee and enjoy JS Bach’s Kaffeekantata and a masterwork of GP Telemann, Concerto for Bassoon and Flute, First Presbyterian Church of Asheville
Reserve seats at: www.panharmonia.org
Music Sandwiched In with the Spartanburg Philharmonic
- April 19, 2023 12-1pm
The Reel Sisters return to perform as a part of this delightful lunch series! In partnership with the Spartanburg Philharmonic, SCPL is proud to present Music Sandwiched In featuring a performance by The Reel Sisters. Bring your own lunch or there will be a limited number of boxed lunches available for purchase from Jason's Deli.
Spartanburg Public Library, Spartanburg, SC
CONCOCTION 5: Music on the Hour @ AVL Art Museum • A part of the Asheville Amadeus Festival
- Saturday, May 13, 2023 Noon to 5pm
In the Atrium of Asheville Art Museum. Rosalind Buda performing on bassoon.
Downtown Asheville, NC
Reel Sisters teaching and performing at: Mountain Collegium
- June 25th - July 1, 2023
Baroque music, harp, and whistle classes!
Kelly Brzozowski teaching and performing at: Common Ground on the Hill
- July 2nd - July 7th, 2023
Harp Classes with Kelly Brzozowski and Jo Morrison
Grandfather Mountain Highland Games
- July 6th - July 9th, 2023
The Reel Sisters (and friends!) are back to perform at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games!
Carolina Celtic with Robin Bullock
- September 11, 2023
The Reel Sisters team up with The Celtic Guitar God, Robin Bullock for an unforgettable evening of live music.
Black Mountain, NC
Our new CD is now available! Join the Reel Sisters as we travel through the British Isles and Appalachia. Ours is a live album with the unique combination of Scottish smallpipes, harp, whistle, and vocal harmony.
- The Fiddler / Portree Bay / Sound of Sleat (trad. Scottish / D. MacKinnon)
- The Sleeping Tune (G. Duncan)
- The Snowy Path (trad. Irish) / Idle Jig (B. Chaisson & E. MacPhee) / Lisnagun (B. Ring)
- Pretty Saro / Invitation (trad. Appalachian)
- Now Draw Up Close (melody traditional, lyrics by W. Stewart)
- Shuttle and Loom / Island Spinning Song (trad. Scottish)
- Braes of Tullymet / Lads of Mull / An Drochaid Chliùteach (trad. Scottish)
- Every Day is Three (trad. Appalachian)
- Ghoid Iad Mo Bhean Uam An Reir (trad. Scottish)
- Midnight on the Water (B. Thomasson)