Is a fiddle player born and raised in Northern California. With a deep understanding and love for folk music traditions, she has explored the fiddle in it's many homes through travel and language. The fiddle speaks many tongues. It belongs to almost every culture. Emilie Rose learned this at a young age from mentors such as Alasdair Fraser, Natalie Haas, Bruce Molsky, Darol Anger and more.
Since graduating Berklee College of Music in 2020, Emilie has rooted herself back in her hometown of Nevada City, CA. She quickly banded up singer songwriter and banjo player Paige Anderson, of the Anderson Family Bluegrass Band. Together they crated Two Runner, a Bluegrass/Americana band that takes the backroads in vintage dresses.
Emilie Rose also teaches lessons in her hometown, as a tribute to her love for teaching, conveying, and carrying folk music to the next generation. Teaching fiddle, guitar and ukulele to all ages as her way of giving back to her artistic mountain community.