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Our Artists

Omar Akram

The piano-driven, instrumental music of Omar Akram elegantly defies borders and has played a crucial role in defining modern New Age and World music. His songs have millions of plays on YouTube from fans across the globe, and his first two albums, Opal Fire (2002) and Free As a Bird (2004), hit the Top 15 on Billboard’s New Age chart.

Amberfern, New Age Musician

Amberfern is Dr. Clive Brooks, a composer of relaxing, meditative music living on England’s South West coast. The artist name Amberfern comes from the ferns that grow throughout the nearby woodlands, and in the autumn turn a golden amber color.

Anastasi

Composer and producer Anastasi knew at an early age that his love of music would play an important role in his life. After years of learning to play a variety of instruments, he went on to study music and eastern philosophy in college. It was during this time that he began to experiment with music and sounds that might be conducive to relaxation and...

Anand Anugrah

Born and raised in a small village in Rajasthan, India, Anugrah came to the US in 1969. After completing his MBA, he started and ran a successful business for fifteen years. Retiring at the age of 40, he has spent the last 20 years studying and practicing many spiritual paths including Yoga, Tao, Sufi and Bhakti...

Paul Avgerinos

Avgerinos built Studio Unicorn, a comprehensive digital/analog recording studio, in 1984. He has eight solo CDs in the New Age genre, including Grammy nominated Muse of the Round Sky on the Hearts of Space label. In addition he records and produces many popular albums as well and has worked with artists as diverse as...

Brian BecVar

After years of working with various well-known musicians, talented pianist, composer and songwriter Brian BecVar steps into the spotlight on his own. Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Brian began training in classical piano at age eight. He graduated from Duke University with a degree in psychology in 1976 and soon after was invited on a three-year U.S. and European tour...

Blue Monk AKA Rasull Soon New age guitarist and musician

Rasull Soon a.k.a. BlueMonk is a seeker of spirituality and has a keen sense of expressing it through music. When he was in his early teens he bought his first guitar and started strumming and singing his favorite tunes. He is a self taught musician in respect of learning the art of music. Shortly after he studied classical guitar and...

Ceredwen

Ceredwen is comprised of the duo Renée Riach and Andrew Fryer. The name comes from the Celtic goddess of inspiration and legendary mother of Taliesin, King Arthur’s bard and “Keeper of the Cauldron.” Renée Gray was born in a small village in South Wales and brought up in Brynaman, a village at the foot of the Black Mountains...

Jim Chappell

Tracking Jim Chappell’s artistic development over the course of his multi-faceted career proves a rewarding study of true musical evolution. Since the independent release of his breakthrough solo piano collection Tender Ritual in 1986, he has become one of contemporary instrumental music’s most engaging composers and performers...

Mark Ciaburri

“This music brings me into meditation so easily!” Others began listening and entering the stillness and soon after, One to Real Music's award-winning catalog of relaxing and healing music. In 2007, Real Music released another beautiful island collaboration from Ciaburri he titled Tropical Meditation...

Thierry David

”A blend of instrumental music that could be enjoyed both as relaxing background music not really needing attention or listened to more intently. Since the appearance of lounge compilations, we talk of ‘lounge music,’ which suits me as long as beyond the apparent simplicity of the compositions, there is recognition... ”

Rick Erlien

"Take a walk in Yosemite National Park and you'll be changed forever," says solo pianist and composer Rick Erlien (ur' line). It was a journey through Yosemite in 1989 that Erlien says opened a door in his life and eventually inspired his album, The Music of Yosemite. The music conjures rushing of waterfalls...

Kenio Fuke New Age Artist from Brazil

Kenio Fuke was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Through friends and the influences of musicians in his own family, Fuke began, as a child, to have his first contacts with the universe of music. He began his formal studies on harmonica, soon followed by guitar, piano, percussion, drums, melodica, kalimba, derbake and other orchestral instruments...

Gandalf - New Age Musician

Music is one of the most essential things in my life. Since my early childhood it was stimulating my fantasy and took me on adventurous journeys to unknown places of my mind...

Govi

Every so often, a musician emerges who is quite unlike any that have come before; a musician that reflects not an imitation of styles and tones, but who embodies the entire spectrum of styles in such a unique way that "categorizing" is impossible. Guitarist Govi is one of those artists....

Nicholas Gunn

Charting top ten with Billboard, flutist/multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Gunn is rapidly became a genre icon. Expressing his deep regard for the land, its spirit and the essence of human dignity, Nicholas Gunn reveals himself to have evolved as a true pied piper in the field of contemporary instrumental music. His love of the Southwest lent itself to The Music of the Grand Canyon...

Haiku

Although Danish, Henrik Hytteballe chose haiku, the Japanese poetic form, as the artist name for his solo compositions; attracted to the beauty and simplicity in haiku poetry, the nature references in the traditional form, and how the meaning in the juxtapositions is sensed.

Michael Hoppé New Age Music Performer

Composer/arranger/keyboard player Michael Hoppé was born in England and now makes his home in Los Angeles. He has an extensive background in popular and classical music, both of which are reflected in his compositions. His music has been described as “piercingly romantic,”...

Mike Howe New Age Multiinstrumentalist

“I had often wondered what it might be like to create my own songs and develop my own sound and express myself. It wasn’t until I gained a certain amount of maturity that I realized I had to have the courage to open up and let all this emotion and these experiences and dreams come out. When the floodgates opened, it turned out...

Karunesh

Upon hearing the sacred qualities in Zen Breakfast, it comes as no surprise that Karunesh's natural talent for musical expression was initially nurtured in a spiritual environment. The music of Zen Breakfast draws upon sounds from ancient spiritual and religious traditions in ways that speak to the deep-felt longing...

Eamonn Karran

My love for the piano began at age seven when my parents bought an upright for the family. I naturally connected with it and sat for hours listening to music on the radio and finding the keys to play the notes I was hearing. In this way I gradually taught myself to play and developed my own unique style.

Peter Kater

When Kater realized that his next step was composing and recording his music, he moved back to Colorado “to a less external, more inspiring natural environment” and released his first album of piano solos in 1983. Since then he's recorded and performed nationally and internationally with some...

Kevin Kern

Kern considers himself a sensualist and likes having Terence (Real Music President) suggest a mood or scene for him to describe musically. Because Kevin lives in a world that lacks the crisp detail of the fully sighted, his powers of concentration and description through music are intensified. Many of his piano compositions are filled with the sights, sounds and scents...

Bernward Koch

German musician Bernward Koch has experienced a most astonishing rise within the international New Age music scene over the last decade. Koch's fame began to ascend when the artist (among greats such as Bonnie Raitt, Sting, Basia and Ottmar Liebert) contributed a track for two Aids-benefit compilations...

Mars Lasar

Born in Germany, Mars Lasar moved to Australia with his parents when he was less than a year old. He started playing the piano at age eleven and received training in classical, jazz and composition. At age fifteen he won the “Young Composers Award” at the Sydney Opera House. It was around this time...

Max Lässer

Max Lässer was born in Zurich and began his music career in the 1970s as a freelance musician mainly on the Swiss folk scene, playing in various folk-rock groups, writing songs and playing as guitar accompanist to singers. He started his career upswing in the 1980s playing with fellow Swiss musician, Andreas Vollenweider. Lässer...

Ben Leinbach

“I found my calling at an early age. Music. All styles, all forms. A barrier-free medium for expressing emotion and spreading peace. A sanctuary against the hardships of life. A slice of perfection and tranquility amidst the chaos. For me a religion of sorts.” The Spirit of Yoga, the musical sanctuary Leinbach composed specially for avid ashtanga yoga practitioner and prominent vinyasa flow...

Li Xiangting

Professor Li Xiangting is acknowledged as one of the most important guqin players of his generation and a distinguished Professor at the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing. The guqin, a seven-stringed zither-like instrument producing over a hundred harmonics, dates back well over 3,000 years...

Johannes Linstead

A slice of heaven is delivered to listeners each time the evolving, self-taught Toronto, Canada, guitarist performs his original compositions with virtuoso speed and brilliance. In addition to his mastery of the Spanish guitar, Linstead is also an accomplished pianist and performs instruments as diverse as the bazouki, wood flute, mandolin and bass.

Chuck Wild as Liquid Mind

Liquid Mind is the name used by Los Angeles composer, producer, and Emmy-nominated songwriter Chuck Wild. There are few composers with as much love for slowness in their music as Wild. Chuck draws from classical and pop influences as varying as Beethoven and Brian Eno, Bartok and Rachmaninoff, Bach, Chopin and Fauré, Duruflé and Brahms.

David London

David London plays with the verve and sense of adventure of a young Mozart. His approach to composing and playing is unique, courageous and representative of an age that has inspired the spawning of many overnight dot.com successes. The common theme underlying all of David’s compositions is the so beautifully...

Paul Machlis

Having spent some ten years as a pianist for Scottish, Irish, Balkan and American dance and having recorded three albums with the Berkeley Scottish Players, Machlis began performing with the Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser in 1983. Machlis says, "Music is one of life's greatest joys and a rich means of expressing thoughts and feelings...”

Gary Remal Malkin

Gary Malkin is a seven time Emmy® award-winning composer, producer, performer, public speaker and Experiential Strategist dedicated to making a difference in the world by creating music-driven media and experiences that inspire the heart and catalyze individual and societal healing...

Kiran Murti

This traditional meditation and relaxation music has captured the essence of Ayurvedic wisdom. Both vibrant and soothing, it is the perfect complement to any healing practice and can help regenerate mind, body and spirit for total well-being.

Sacred Earth

Sacred Earth is the creation of Jethro and Prem Williams, who live in Victoria, Australia, and travel the world performing their music. Prem shares her heartfelt devotion for Spirit and our precious Mother Earth through mantra and songs from the heart, accompanied by her husband Jethro, who plays an array of instruments from around the world, including shakuhachi (Japanese flute), Indian bansuri, Irish tin & low whistles, acoustic guitar, and percussion.

Sayama

Sayama is a Japanese term that literally means “sitting on a mountain,’ and this perfectly expresses the intent of Sayama’s music — to instill serenity and peace in the listener. In his music you may find Tibetan and Japanese temple bowls, shakuhachi & koto, dizi & bansuri flutes, gu-cheng, overtone singing, gongs and various Asian percussion instruments...

Buedi Siebert

Classically trained, composer, performer, flutiest, multi-instrumentalist Buedi Siebert could be called a “musician without borders.” He collects and plays instruments from all over the world and along with tremendous versatility as a musician, truly has a global consciousness and vision. A native of Germany, Siebert has been...

Hilary Stagg

“There is something about the harp that captivates not only the listener, but reaches a part of me as well that is difficult to describe or understand,” explained Stagg. And when you listen to his work, it seems inconceivable that Hilary Stagg’s musical journey was relatively brief. With fan mail pouring in regularly from a devoted following...

Frank Steiner, Jr.

Frank Steiner, Jr. was born in Freiburg, Germany in 1966. There he studied classical piano, trumpet and music theory. After experimenting on numerous musical projects and playing with a wide variety of groups, Steiner founded his own jazz-rock group. He now focuses primarily on composing. In 1990 Steiner met Ulrich Gitschier...

Peter Sterling

Offering flavors of jazz, classical, world music, and New Age styles, Peter’s music can be as rhythmic as it is healing. A precious few can claim the musical foundations that led Peter to play the harp. His unusual and inspiring story truly began during a series of life-altering divine encounters while living outdoors in the peaceful solitude of Sedona, in Arizona’s...

Rajendra Teredesai

Rajendra Teredesai beautifully blends and integrates the most significant aesthetic and technical aspects of the gayaki and gatkaari ang of Indian classical instrumental music, combining it with a rich, sonorously soothing tone and immaculate blowing technique, displaying an amazing virtuosity, vivid with creative imagination...

2002

There is a wonderful chemistry between husband and wife, Randy and Pamela Copus, the duo who comprise 2002. Reviewers and fans alike are amazed to learn that the peaceful, soothing, ethereal, richly layered music that is their signature sound and has given them resident status on Billboard’s New Age Chart for more...

Russel Walder

If you are one of those who relish musical passages with the uniquely lovely and sensual voice of the oboe, imagine the feast to be enjoyed when one of the world’s foremost contemporary masters of the oboe creates an entire album. The musician is Russel Walder, and his album is Pure Joy.

Tim Wheater

When we hear the music of Tim Wheater, something stirs deep inside us. Something powerful evoking emotions, stirring memories, and healing. This dynamic impact is the result of a lifelong journey, a marriage combining exceptional experience as a musician with a shaman’s knowledge of the healing effect of music.

Danny Wright

With 22 recordings and millions of albums sold, it is true to say that Danny Wright's music is playing 24 hours a day in both the U.S. and around the world. One of new age music's finest performers, Wright is a brilliantly talented pianist who has sold over 4 million CDs since his debut album in 1986. In 1993 and 1994, he was named by Billboard Magazine as a Top 10 artist...