Relative Harmony has performed all over Ontario (including Ottawa, Owen Sound, Toronto & Hamilton) and in the U.S.; and at a plethora of school, community, camp and wedding dances.
Rick and Judy met in 1978, and after two years of performing together they married. Since teaming up they have performed more than two thousand concert venues, including numerous appearances at major festivals and concert halls in Canada and the United States. They have played three times on Stuart MacLean’s popular CBC radio show, ‘The Vinyl Café‘ and are featured on the Vinyl Café’s Christmas CD.
In 2002, Rick and Judy became Relative Harmony, officially welcoming their son Jonathan to the musical team. Daughter Katie joined the melange in 2005. Relative Harmony has appeared individually and together at many southern Ontario venues, as well as many dance venues throughout the American mid-west. They have entertained at numerous social gatherings. Their instrumental music is a blend of traditional Anglo-American and Celtic dance tunes for two violins, piano/guitar and percussion. Vocally they perform traditional and contemporary folk songs in two, three and four-part harmony, with a special emphasis on audience participation.