Storyfair Productions is committed to producing quality educational children’s programming and products.  Our goal is to make a lasting impression on young minds so they feel valued and inspired to create on their own. 

Established in 2000, Storyfair Productions began with the release of the best selling CD, rocky mountain fairy tales and the companion storybook, a Canmore fairy tale.  A narrated and animated DVD of the story Paradise Valley soon followed.  Currently on tour is Winter Solstice, an original 45-minute show for full orchestra.

In addition to performing in numerous public venues and schools, Storyfair Productions also develops workshops for teachers and students to use in conjunction with their own curriculums.  By using music to reach the whole child, these workshops help them understand difficult concepts and become more connected within their communities.

Brochure for Educators

Sample Workshops

It is not technique that is the essence of art, but the soul.  As soon as the soul can communicate freely, without obstacles, a complete musical effect is created.
Zoltan Kodaly 1929


Children who feel seen, loved and honoured are far more able to become loving parents and productive citizens later on.
Raffi Cavoukian 2005


Born in Canada, raised in Africa and educated in Calgary and Houston, Samantha has spent her life playing the trumpet and telling stories.  She has traveled internationally as a creative consultant and professional musician.  For the past ten years, she has combined her love of music and education in Alberta.  Samantha has produced children's presentations for the National Symposium on Arts Education, the Banff Centre for the Arts, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and her brass quintet, the Northern Lights.

Samantha founded Storyfair Productions in 2000 and released her first children’s CD, rocky mountain fairy tales.  She subsequently headlined the Canmore Children's Festival and was the keynote speaker at the Young Audiences of Houston’s annual symposium on arts-in-education and at the Young Writers' Conference in Calgary.

As an Ambassador for the National Arts Centre of Canada and a Calgary Arts Partnership in Education Society (CAPES) artist, Samantha continues to consult and perform in many Alberta schools.  She also teaches privately at her Sun Spot Studio. 

Samantha performed the world premier of her fifth rocky mountain fairy tale, Winter Solstice, with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in March 2006.