Kiana June Weber is an American classical violinist who graduated at the top of her class at the University of Michigan’s prestigious School of Music. She’s also a world-class fiddler, award-winning songwriter, touring performer, recording artist, and enthusiastic educator leading workshops and educational programs all over the United States.
Weber was scouted by the world famous violin troupe Barrage and toured the world with the group for three years, performing for dignitaries and princes, arts centers, and televised specials all over the world. A particular highlight was performing Beijing TV's televised Chinese New Year Special to 50 million viewers in the Water Cube.
Joining renowned group Gaelic Storm in 2012, Weber took part in the recording of four No. 1 Billboard World Music Albums, a record for her young career. She has also performed with Grammy award winner Carlos Nunez, The Chelsea House Orchestra (CHO), and The Daughters of Newgrass. She first appeared in the fall of 2018 as part of the Broadway show Come From Away, and joined the show's touring company in the fall of 2021.
Weber has studied and appeared in Master classes with Rodney Friend, Stephen Shipps, Aaron Berofsky, Alasdair Fraser, Jerry Holland, Natalie MacMaster, Christian Howes, Dennis Wilson, Ellen Rowe, and Marian Hayden. She has shared the stage with greats from Liz Carroll and Darren Criss (of Glee fame) to Eileen Ivers and Bob Seger.