Cait Vitale-Sullivan was steeped in the high desert wilderness of Idaho as a child. She is intrigued by the human connection to nature and music, and when not playing outside, could be found playing fiddle. In 2013, she moved to Norway, where she was introduced to Scandinavian traditional music and majestic fjords. After returning to Idaho to finish a degree in Ecology and Conservation Biology, she returned to Sweden to complete a Fulbright grant studying the connection between Kulning (Swedish cow calling music) and landscape. She currently explores music from many areas of the world including the Balkans, Greece, Southern France (Occitanie), The US, and Sweden and Norway. She is excited to share the sounds of traditional singing with you all at camp this summer!