TEN THINGS I’VE LEARNED FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

On May 28th, my son and I and a team of helpers loaded our belongings onto a U-Haul truck and drove from our home of nearly twenty years to our “new” (circa 1998) home in a subdivision just five miles away. We have spent the weeks since managing renovations, unpacking boxes, and settling into our new […]

DIVINE PASSAGE by Marshall Barnhouse

Marshall Barnhouse is a pianist, composer, teacher and recording artist who has pursued his love of music since age eight. In every situation, his goal is to guide others into the beautiful, expressive, and spiritual qualities of musical experience. A Glenville State College music education graduate, Barnhouse holds a Masters of Arts in Piano Performance […]

LASTING IMPRESSIONS by Lisa Swerdlow

Lisa Swerdlow’s latest release, “Lasting Impressions” was nearly two years in the making and is a milestone for this accomplished composer and pianist, as it contains her first ventures into both arranging and orchestration as well as her first trilogy. All the solo piano pieces were recorded and engineered by Joe Bongiorno at Piano Haven […]

MEMORIES OF WATER AND LIGHT by Scott Cossu

Based in Olympia, Washington, award-winning pianist and composer Scott Cossu has been performing worldwide since 1980 and was one of the first artists to join the Windham Hill label; “Memories of Water and Light,” a collection of compositions that, according to the album liner notes, “represent water, light and the love for those past and […]

THE LONG ROAD by Monica Logani

Inspired by the death of a close friend, Juliette Calayag Pralle, Monica Logani created “The Long Road,” which has been described as “a spiritual narrative about life and loss.” Many of the pieces on the album are quite short – two to three minutes in length – paralleling the life of Juliette, “whose journey was […]