New Age Music is not different from other kinds of media and entertainment in the way that we are all battling for people’s attention and time. Artists constantly have to reinvent themselves to stay current and interesting. Looking at the New Age Music chart for August 2022 though, that doesn’t seem to be a problem. Go on a journey with Elizabeth Naccarato’s A Southwest Story, enjoy the seventh installment in Medwyn Goodall’s bestselling series Medicine Woman or go into deep space with Keith Richie. And that is only the top three on the list!
If you are looking for some truly cutting-edge meditation material, NTHNL’s Tranquility Studies is a great choice. Also, check out Paul Adams and Elizabeth Gettel.
A native Texan, Elizabeth began her piano studies at the age of six at the Dominican Convent in Houston. She won her first piano competition at the age of nine, when she performed and competed in local and statewide events. At that time, her voice instructor noticed her ability for composition. She became a student of Bessie Griffiths and Ruth Burr, studying piano and theory many hours a week.
Elizabeth received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees from The University of Southern California where she studied with Daniel Pollack and John Perry. She was a three-time winner of the Hollywood Alumni S.A.I Scholarship and was awarded a highly coveted Teaching Assistantship at USC.
Elizabeth performed solo Classical piano music extensively in Texas
and on the West Coast, but it was when she moved to the Pacific
Northwest that she began composing. Elizabeth released her first
album Jarrell’s Cove in 1995, followed by North Sycamore, Stone Cottage, History, One Piano and Souvenir D’Italia.
Elizabeth Naccarato has received critical acclaim for her work internationally, as well as many award nominations for her recordings. Her new release A Southwest Story is inspired by her love of the landscape of Southern Colorado where she resides with her husband, Michael Gettel. www.elizabethnaccarato.com
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