STARLIGHT DREAMS by Karen Biehl

Classically trained vocalist, pianist and violinist Karen Biehl creates music she describes as “combining romantic classical lyricism with meditative empowerment to assist listeners in achieving an enhanced and peaceful sense of self-awareness and purposeful focus. Starlight Dreams, her first album of solo piano music, is a collection of powerful tone poems that might serve as […]

AWAKENING PATH by David Wohl

David Wohl culminates 25 years of experience in the music industry – as a performer, music director, composer, arranger, creative consultant, and music teacher – with his new release Awakening Path. In the artist’s words, “AWAKENING PATH expresses the hopefulness, joy, and peace I feel whenever I create or perform a new piece of music. In rare […]

STILL THE RIVER FLOWS by David Edwards

David Edwards’s musical journey has been filled with twists and turns. He began piano lessons at age 12, studied classical piano and jazz theory at the University of North Texas, and over the course of his career he been a composer of commercial tunes, a salesman at a large music store, and a performer with […]

WAITING’S END by KeithTim Anderson

It is no surprise that KeithTim Anderson made a career out of music. He spent his childhood in a small town outside of Eau Claire, WI; his father was a junior high band instructor and his mother was his first piano teacher. Although he had a knack for improvisation and preferred improvising composition to practicing […]

HERE WITH YOU by Bob Chaz Baker

Former jazz trombone player turned keyboard rock musician, Bob Chaz Baker has performed and recorded with the likes of Tommy Shaw, Dan Fogelberg, Mark Andes, Larry Stewart, and Rosemary Butler. Now composing, recording and concertizing as a solo pianist, Bob has released a new album, “Here With You.” Influenced by a variety of musical genres, […]

REFLECTION by Shoshana Michel

Reflection is Shoshana Michel’s fourth released piano solo album and her third as a composer. The positive response to the release of her first album, Soul Whispers, her solo piano arrangements of beautiful songs of Jewish Eastern European origin, led her to resume the challenge of composing; in 2016, a full twenty-four years after she […]

NOTTE by Milana Zilnik

Milana Zilnik is no shrinking violet. According to her website, “soulful singing and complex piano melodies are [her] signature, but she embraces a variety of styles – everything from folk, blues, opera and Middle Eastern, to her soft spots for rock and jazz.” Now, in her latest album, Notte (release date June 1, 2019), she […]

Album Review: REALITY OF DREAMS by Dulce Joya

Pianist and composer Dulce Joya began her classical studies at age six at an arts school in her native Cuba and has spent her life living, studying, performing and teaching music in Colombia, Austria and her current home of Germany. Her debut solo piano collection Reality of Dreams finds her taking what she describes as […]

Album Review: LITTLE RED BOAT by Mary Lydia Ryan

Over the centuries, countless musicians have been inspired by visual art, and vocalist, pianist and composer Mary Lydia Ryan joins their ranks with her 2018 solo piano release Little Red Boat. In 2015, she discovered Little Red Boat, a painting by artist Steve Jensen; she fell in love with the energy, depth of layers of […]

Album Review: LOOKING FOR UTOPIA by David Peoples

David Peoples is a composer, performer, recording artist and music professor. His latest album, Looking for Utopia, is a departure from his previous work, which is best described as traditional, experimental, or jazzy. Here, the piano is the centerpiece but the album is truly a collaborative effort. Through the miracle of technology, Atlanta-based Peoples recorded […]