Recent News

 

Chris was recently featured in a special segment on CBC News - The National.

 


zeeBigBang interviewed Chris Sandvoss, professional musician and award-winning master craftsman of fine violins, violas, and cellos.


 

 

We have moved to our 70 acre slice of heaven on Chisel Creek ranch in West Bragg Creek. Bordering Kananaskis Country to the west and Provincial Park to the south, this space will be home to a future music festival and artist retreat.

 

 

 


 

Chris Sandvoss and his wife, Beth, are featured in the Winter/Spring 2011 issue of Bragg - About the Creek Magazine

Download a copy of the article - "The Cello, The Luthier and The Creek"

 

 


 

Chris performed his original songs at the Bragg Creek Festival in May. He has been writing and singing his works in various establishments for some time and was thrilled to be featured at such a wonderful Festival with a great group of artists. He was joined by Beth on cello, Jamie Newsom on bass, Tim Jeffery on dobro, Maria Drost, vocals, and Nicolai Drost, drums.

Chris opened for Russell deCarle at the Bragg Creek Country Festival on January 22, 2011

Check out Chris's new web site which highlights his singing/songwriting talents and features songs from his soon to be released cd! www.chrissandvoss.com

Also check out Jamie's harps at newsomharps.ca

Photo credit to Tom Walker

 


Beth Root Sandvoss

Beth Root Sandvoss is appearing in many solo and chamber recitals this year playing her VSA award winning Sandvoss cello.

Beth was a member of the string faculty at the wonderful Rocky Ridge Music Centre in Estes Park Colorado. For more info, check their website at rockyridge.org

 

 


Other Sandvoss Projects

 

In my spare time I enjoy working with metal.

Having spent a few years on a leading race team as a fabricator with the world renowned race engineer, Warren Rowley, I developed an insatiable taste for metal work.

Warren has been very generous with his fabrication studio and invaluable advice over the years, which has allowed me and my 8 year old son Tilman to engage in a father/son after school project. This buggy is the result.

We are very excited to see the snow clear soon...