Real Conversations

New Thought/New Age composer, songwriter, and vocalist Darlene Koldenhoven is a Grammy recipient as lead soprano in Clare Fischer's 2+2. She was the featured soloist in the PBS television special, Yanni, Live at the Acropolis, and in Grammy Winner Ricky Kej's "Shanti Samsara" concerts/videos in Bangalore, India, for consciousness awareness. Darlene has an MVP award from the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences as "Best Studio Singer" for her singing in movies, television, albums/CDs, commercials, video games, and in live shows.

Show Notes

Darlene Koldenhoven has produced thirteen albums on her label, TimeArt® Recordings, most recently Traveling the Blissful Highway with 12 songs to soothe the soul and heal the spirit. Her music is rich in luxurious sounds and melody, from improvised to structured, for attentive listening or as background for relaxing, reading, massage, yoga, dining, putting the kids to bed, healing a broken heart, releasing physical pain, or enjoying the simple pleasures in life.

She founded the Music Matrix Foundation non-profit to foster music, music appreciation and the well-being of individuals of all ages through music, sound, education, technology, and kindness; while empowering them to carry on the mission of making the world a better place through all aspects of sound. The foundation offers assistance and services such as music education, sonic therapy, audio-psycho-phonology, and other related programs. 

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What is Real Conversations?

Join Rev. Dr. Jeanne Kataoka and Al Yankee as they dive deep with your favorite New Thought musicians, in interviews where the artists share the inspirations behind their music and the stories of their spiritual journey.