With her extremely accurate staccato approach, Pauline Cato has taken a brand new and exciting sound towards the Northumbrian bagpipe tradition. While she’s shows a mastery of the original repertoire of Billy Pigg and Tom Clough, Cato become known on her behalf exclusive bagpipe renditions of tunes by such folk-like songwriters as Richard Thompson and Jay Ungar. She performed a Czech/Northumbrian Collection throughout a tour from the Northeastern USA. Based on Tykes Information, Cato “takes on with oodles of feelings, unlike some pipers who have a tendency toward the medical within the mistaken perception that even more (velocity/records/flash-ness) means better — it generally does not.” The Northumbrian Pipers Culture Mag praised Cato when it stated, “The artwork of Northumbrian pipers in the original style can be an adult edition from the children’s video game, ‘one finger, one thumb, keep shifting’, and Pauline Cato will this using a dexterity that sometimes takes your breathing apart.” In overview of By Property and Ocean, Cato’s first duo record with fiddler Tom McConville, released in 1996, Dirty Linen noticed, “(Cato) shows how very well the Northumbrian pipes can match a little ensemble.” Cato became a specialist musician soon after launching her debut record, The Wansbeck Piper, in 1993. Her second record, Changing Tides, proclaimed the very first time that she caused McConville, a fiddler she fulfilled on the Shetland Folk Celebration. Furthermore to performing being a soloist and in a duo with McConville, Cato spent some time working with Alistair Anderson as well as the North Sinfonia Orchestra within the opera Cullecoates Tommy. Cato has turned into a highly respected trainer and has trained courses in britain, Germany, and america. A reserve, Northumbrian Choice, offering bagpipe transcriptions of 89 traditional music, alongside two partner CDs — Minstrel’s Luxury and Bonny at Morn — feature Cato followed George Welch, Andy Gregory, and David J. Taylor.