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Can Music Can Bridge Cultures and Promote Peace? by Omar Akram
Thursday, June 13, 2013

I met Fidel Castro when I was 14 years old. I was at one of my father's diplomatic functions, and I had the opportunity to strike up a conversation with Castro about music. He knew I played the piano and asked me if I'd been to any of the local African jazz clubs. I was too young to enter the clubs at the time, but to my surprise the dictator wielded his power to get me in. I entered some of Cuba's best jazz clubs by simply using his name, and no one questioned it. I would go on stage and play the piano between sets, and the musicians would improvise with me and encourage me to play.

Liquid Mind VII: Reflection by Chuck Wild
Guest Blog by Chuck Wild of Liquid Mind
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

I'm sometimes asked which CD is my favorite out of the twelve existing Liquid Mind albums. My compositions are my children — so I can describe them, but it's hard to choose favorites. Since the Liquid Mind series follows my own personal journey...

New Study Finds Meditation Techniques Have a Genetic Impact
Thursday, May 30, 2013

Everyone has heard that meditation, yoga, and prayer can lower blood pressure, lower stress, and provide other health benefits. A new study takes the health claims one step further, by showing that gene activity changes too. Scientists at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston wanted to show “the underlying molecular mechanisms that explain these clinical benefits.”1

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Memorial Day Blog from Chuck Wild
Monday, May 20, 2013

Folks often ask me what other kinds of music I’ve composed in addition to Liquid Mind. The short answer is: A lot. I’ve composed music for film & television, and even wrote a number one pop song in Germany in the late 1980’s called “You're My One and Only” by Jennifer Rush. Perhaps the most unique song I’ve written is called “Oh Liberty!”, a patriotic anthem I was asked to compose for the rededication of the national World War I museum and monument in Kansas City, Missouri.

New Video for “Param Sukh” by Rajendra Teredesai
Thursday, May 9, 2013

The new album, Path of the Divine by Rajendra Teredesai is perfect for meditation, yoga or just taking a quiet moment to relax. This video will help set the tone and is a great introduction to Teredesai’s beautiful soundscapes.

Pyramid Call by Buedi Siebert
A Real Music Interview with Buedi Siebert
Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Real Music: Tell us a little about the music you are working on now.

Buedi Siebert: I have been sitting and meditating for a long time now and thinking about what is next for me. Right now I have two projects in mind. The first will be called Prana — and is music for yoga.

New Age pianist, Michael Hoppé performs at the International Piano Festival in Seoul, Korea.
Interview with Michael Hoppé at International Piano Festival
Tuesday, May 7, 2013

1013 Main Street radio with Seung Jung Hung interviews Michael Hoppé at the International Piano Festival in Seoul, Korea.

Omar Akram interviewed on BBC’s Outlook
Monday, May 6, 2013

The first Afghan American to win a Grammy — Omar Akram was interviewed BBC’s Outlook. The interview features insights into Arkram’s early career, meeting Fidel Castro and many cuts of his music, including Grammy winning Echoes of Love.

May featured album AIR reviewed by Terence Yallop
Monday, May 6, 2013

"Rarely do I come across a meditative album that can be played over and over, either for that purpose or as truly relaxing background music...

Path of the Divine on Echoes Top 25!
Wednesday, May 1, 2013

We are excited to announce our latest release Path of the Divine by Rajendra Teredesai is #16 on Echoes by John Dilberto’s TOP 25 for April. This album is a favorite at Real Music and it seems the word is getting out!