Karin Pierson


Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and international recording artist Karin E was born Karin Pierson in a small town in northern Michigan. Her mother was a sixth-grade teacher and her father was a jazz musician. Her parents divorced when she was two and she was raised by her beloved stepfather, Calvin, still her biggest fan. While still a toddler, she began to learn violin from her Chinese Godmother, Shu, who was a Suzuki violin method teacher. Thanks to supportive parents, Karin soon began to enroll in every music program available. At age thirteen, Karin was accepted as the youngest choir member ever to tour Europe with the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp International Choir. During high school, through the aid of scholarships Karin attended the prestigious Interlochen Academy of the Arts, and later taught there and played in the staff orchestra. Her daughter Aria was born in 2001, soon after Karin finished her bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan. Aria, age sixteen, is a budding artist herself in drawing, painting, singing and pottery. After teaching orchestra in Detroit for five years, Karin decided to perform full-time and started the Remedy band in 2006, playing electric violin and singing at festivals, weddings, corporate parties and events. In 2017 Karin moved to a tiny house as part of the minimalist movement, and decided to pursue original music and living on the road. Her band, formed in 2017 with her partner Theophania Falls is called the Lofteez, and performs at festivals, outdoor venues, campgrounds and house concerts nationwide. Check her out at

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