Libby sings, plays piano, accordion, tin whistle and banjo. She composes original songs as well as instrumental tunes in a Celtic/ Americana style. She has both sung and been the accompanist with Holly Near, Ronnie Gilbert, The Roches, and many others. With her partner Robin Flower, she released a 5th CD in 2009, “Twenty Years/Twenty Rivers”, commemorating 20 years of creating ‘beautiful and cutting edge music’ together. They also have 4 additional CD’s, “Angel of Change”, “30 Second Kiss”, “A Kiss From The Angel of Change”, and “Steelhead In the Riffles”. Libby also directs The Linwood Project Community Chorus, a weekly community chorus currently in its 15th year that meets in Oakland as an offshoot of the Caz Family Camp advanced chorus. This chorus recorded a CD, “TEN”, which was released in June 2006, celebrating 10 years of The Linwood Project Community Chorus. Libby is also a co-writer of a Billboard #1 Disco hit from 1983 that has once again become wildly popular throughout the European dance club scene. And no, she will not be performing this song at any time during camp. Libby lives and teaches privately in Oakland, plays for contra dances, and performs 3 children’s shows all over California. She also loves to fly fish. Libby has been coming to Caz, on and off, since 1967 when she first came as a camper. She is the Treasurer on the Caz Family Camp Board of Directors. www.libbymclaren.com and www.flowerandmclaren.com.