Dedicated to promoting women in music, Sydney-based Fridge Feed has posted a review of one of my songs: http://www.fridgefeed.com/emerging-artists/2017/3/18/laura-siersema
“Laura Siersema’s neo-classical piece ‘Along the Fenway’ is storytelling bliss…”
Thank you very much for noting one of my own.
“Along the Fenway” was recorded on my third album, Talon of the Blackwater and features cellist Eugene Friesen.
“The poet, the artist, the musician, continues the quiet work of centuries, building bridges of experience between peoples…reminding man of the universality of his feelings, desires and despairs… thus, art is political in the most profound sense, not as a weapon in the struggle, but an instrument of understanding of the futility of struggle…”
President John F. Kennedy
Remarks on Behalf of the National Cultural Center, 29 November 1962: https://www.jfklibrary.org/Asset-Viewer/Archives/JFKWHA-145-008.aspx
Words of such insight and beauty for anyone, yet especially to those of us who happen to be creative artists, and of necessity, work alone.
My deep appreciation to Kelly Bennett and Dan Blask at
Massachusetts Cultural Council for posting this link.
I have to repost this! “A year in music…” includes “January 17th”, a song of mine from my first album. Amazing. What an idea!
The is now available on Spotify! Trio Live album
If you listen to music on Spotify, there’s a small thing you can do that’d be a big help: FOLLOW me there!
Once I get to 250 followers, Spotify will “verify” my account, which opens up the possibility my music can be added to their playlists.
Thank you for this support.
musical performance, original music, progressive music, trio and tagged alternative folk, art rock, featuring piano, female vocalist, lyrical, modern music, theatrical on .
March 1, 2017
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