MP3: “Tis Believed That This Harp” by Seraphina

Seraphina is a vibrant new Canadian ensemble made up of Susan Toman (celtic harp & harpsichord) and Dawn Bailey (soprano). They specialize in Celtic and Baroque repertoire, and enjoy fusing the two genres wherever possible. They’ve been praised for an … Continue reading

“My Lagan Love” by Deborah Henriksson

American-born, Sweden-based singer Deborah Henriksson’s third album, “The Heart’s Cry” , was considered in 2013 “Best Right Now” (bäst just nu) by rootsy.nu (a Swedish music webzine) and has beem chosen CD of the year 2013 by Indieshark. A new album of … Continue reading

“Light, A Venezuelan Christmas Vol. 2” by Gaelica

I’m all about fusing different music styles, some of my favorite musicians do this (my favorite is when classical and heavy metal mix), so this was an exciting Christmas listen. Due to fun things like Grad School and other holiday … Continue reading

MP3: “Dance With The River” By Shishonnah

Shishonnah fuse their incredible vocal arrangements into the elements of World music with classical and contemporary influences. Their original songs will take you to a place that defines the human experience and uplifts the soul. Their sound reflects a canvas … Continue reading

MP3: “The Shepherd’s Wife” By Molly Bauckham

Molly Bauckham has been playing the harp since 1998, and has been singing for most of her life. Visitors to her YouTube channel have called her voice “beautiful and haunting” and her harp playing “very delicate, gentle, and warm”. She … Continue reading