The songs celebrating the Chinese New Year reflect the diversity of cultural traditions in China, which includes a wide variety of instruments and singing styles. One of the most distinctive sounds of Chinese musical instruments is made by the Erhu. I love the enchanting sound of the Erhu, which reminds me of the female voice […]

My latest single, entitled A Thin Place, is according to a New Age, Celtic belief, an invisible membrane that separates the conscious world from that of the spirit, where connections are made and spiritual awakening occurs. Through messages of respect and recognition, it shows us the larger world in which mind and spirit dwell, and […]

Inspired by all the wonderful myths and legends that accompany the star cluster of the Pleiades, the videos below capture stories about who is the brightest in the sky to what is so sacred about the number seven. They recount legends about how Zeus transformed the sisters into doves, and how the seventh’ sister may […]

Celaeno, the twelve minute track from my album Pleiades is also one of the sisters of the famous starcluster in Greek Mythology. The name Celeano derives from the ancient Greek word Kelaino, meaning “the dark one.” Celaeno was the middle sister of the seven Pleiades sisters. Greek mythology states that she was outshone by her […]

Alcyone, released last month as one of the seven tracks of my album Pleiades, is considered one of the top five recordings of 2020 by ZMR (Zone Music Reporter). Alcyone is also the youngest of the seven sisters, and the Pleiades’ brightest star. She shares her reputation with her older sister Maia, who also claims […]

Electra, the final track from my latest album Pleiades, was the Greek word for amber. Formed from fossilized sap that once flowed from ancient trees. It was discovered by the early Greeks that pieces of amber produced an electric charge when rubbed together. The Ancients believed amber was made from honey and imbued with special […]

Known as the ‘lost Pleiad’, Merope is the youngest of the famous Seven Sisters. She was the last star to be mapped by astronomers and is the faintest star in the cluster, not visible to the naked eye. In the ancient mythical world of Greece, titan giant Atlas and his wife, the sea nymph Pleione, gave […]