Kater turns it up a notch...” —Midwest Record
Grammy Award winning and twelve-time Grammy nominated Pianist/Composer Peter Kater presents She, an evocative and impassioned new recording featuring archival songstress Peia Luzzi. She resounds from within the profound sanctity of life, from the depths of our innermost vulnerabilities and to the heights of our most ecstatic rejoicings. On She, Peter and Peia celebrate in joyous music, wordless harmony, the sounds of nature and the divine feminine in all her earthy sensuality and celestial mystery.
Koch has created a sound painting vibrant with the beauty of nature. Whether you are meditating, sleeping, or simply relaxing, this angelic music will fill you with the glow of Nature’s Light.
Watch the video for “Quiet Day” from the album Filled with Light.
A classically-trained and internationally-loved artist, Koch’s music is always sweetly optimistic yet expressive and complex enough to keep it interesting with repeated plays.” —MainlyPiano.com
Remembering is about allowing our experiences to emerge into present awareness and it's about remembering the joyous and totally loved beings we truly are. Thirteen signature Koch compositions featuring piano, keyboards, flute and light percussion — some reflective, most light and uplifting — create a nurturing sanctuary in which the sometimes forgotten magic of Remembering can reappear.
Watch the video for “Floating Feather” from Remembering
Koch takes you to a world full of peace and magic, where the melodies and sounds are part of the context that creates the magnificent compositions.” —reviewsnewage.com
Each track conjures an idyllic day, a dreamy journey through nature, as though Monet’s pastels have come to life. Concerns float away while basking in this gorgeous hour of Koch’s signature music. Describing his recording process for Day of Life, Koch said, “Flooded with good memories, I became more in the composing of it.” You can become more in the listening.
Watch the video for the first track on Day of Life.
Swiss guitarist Max Lässer is an alumnus of Andreas Vollenweider’s band, and his music displays the same fluidity.