Suzanne Teng: Album Review

Oct 1, 2017 by

Right now, we all need more meditation, healing, and peace, and Suzanne Teng/Mystic Journey's new album, "Kingdom of Mountains," provides music that evokes all of those elements.   I have always been a fan of Teng's music, as she is a master of countless world flutes, and "Kingdom of Mountains" is...

read more

The Magic of Wind: Bringing Musical Artistry to the Dominican Republic, by Allison Loggins-Hull...

Mar 1, 2016 by

I’m thrilled to be a part of this year’s Festival Clarinetísimo in The Dominican Republic. Since 2009, Festival Clarinetísimo has invited prominent clarinetists to give lectures and master classes to students of the National Conservatory of Music and the Elementary School of Music "Elila Mena.” In an effort to...

read more

Wouter Kellerman: Artist Interview...

Oct 1, 2015 by

Can you give us 5 career highlights? - Winning a Grammy - Winning 5 SAMA’s (South African Music Award, the South African equivalent of the Grammy) - Performing at the 2010 Soccer World Cup Closing Ceremony for 700 million people - Performing at Carnegie Hall - Playing my solo...

read more

Suzanne Teng: CD Review

Dec 2, 2014 by

I recently heard Suzanne Teng in concert, and the title of her CD, “Mystic Journey,” perfectly describes Ms. Teng’s original music, which transports the listener to exotic and mysterious countries throughout the world.   From Chinese dizi flutes, Native American flute, lots of world flutes, whistles, and Western flutes, the...

read more

Michelle Dunn: CD Review

Sep 1, 2014 by

Michelle Dunn’s latest release, AWAKENING, is a world flute CD combining pop, traditional folk, and contemporary classical styles.  In this CD, Dunn, who produced and recorded the CD, plays an amazing number of flutes: Native American flute (in different keys), fifes, bansuri, whistles, recorders, Anasazi, Akebono, Desert, Shakuhachi, and...

read more

The Native American Flute. by Fluterscooter...

Jun 8, 2014 by

The Native American flute has always fascinated me:  its hollow and haunting sound, the simplicity and peacefulness of its melodies, and its meditative quality.  I had the pleasure of speaking more in depth about this beautiful instrument with player and collector Mario Acerra, and I learned that it can...

read more

Deborah Yates CD Review

Jan 2, 2014 by

On this concept album, Deborah Lee Yates sets out to take us on a journey celebrating the feminine. Each track was written by Yates and celebrates a different female warrior throughout the world and in different eras. Locations represented include China, ancient Britain, Native America, New Zealand, Syria, India,...

read more