Katelyn Baas

Uplifting Acoustic Music on the Hammered Dulcimer and Guitar

Katelyn Baas (pronounced bahs), of northern Michigan, believes strongly that the purpose of music is to bring glory to God as well as to comfort, uplift, and bless his children. This passion inspires her to strive for excellence and encourage others to pursue music despite the challenges. She released her debut hammered dulcimer album, The Way of the Cross Leads Home, in 2020 and has performed and instructed at the Evart Funfest and the Midland Folk Music Festival. Listeners describe her music as the kind that touches people where nothing else can. With extensive training in music theory, she continues to hone her skills in orchestration and arranging, with pieces performed by the Bells of Peace bell choir as well as the Cadillac Clam Lake Band. She has released several music books, including Learn the Guitar through Hymns, and has had her albums reviewed by The Old Schoolhouse and Dulcimer Players News. Her desire is to bring life, light, and beauty into a dark world, pointing people to the true source of that life, light, and beauty—Jesus Christ.

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 Katelyn Baas (pronounced bahs), of northern Michigan, received her first guitar at the age of eleven and fell in love with the hammered dulcimer six years later while attending a workshop at the Evart Funfest. Ever since then, she has been exploring music projects of all kinds in her mission to bless and encourage others with God’s promises. Katelyn released her debut hammered dulcimer album, The Way of the Cross Leads Home, in 2020, with her Christmas album, Unto Us a Child Is Born, following in 2022. She has performed and instructed at the Evart Funfest and the Midland Folk Music Festival, and her albums have been reviewed by Dulcimer Players News and The Old Schoolhouse. Her desire is to bring life, light, and beauty into a dark world, pointing people to the true source of that life, light, and beauty—Jesus Christ.

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