Carolyn has experiences with classical composition and as a Clairvoyant Reader and Energy Healer and these experiences have clearly helped her to create mystical and visual landscapes with her music. Carolyn is a Chicago native who grew up playing the clarinet and organ. After playing in her high school orchestra for four years, she went on to receive her degree in Music Composition from Columbia College Chicago. Her style is dark, but beautifully filled with textured layers influenced by world culture and nature’s mysterious forces. Her compositions bear moments of writhing intensity and flowing release bathed in haunting vocals. The album Scenes Through the Magic Eye was released by Mythical Records on November 30th, 2014.
The album features 7 enchanting tracks:
- Circle Round
- Priestess of the Goddess
- Treasures Drowned
- Open Door
- Temple Moon
- Among the Stars
- Priestess of the Goddess (Ephemeral Mists Remix)
On occasion, Carolyn also composes for short films and video projects that have ranged from safari videos, to documentaries, and from Asian themed video game projects to fantasy. She composed music and supervised music production for 'Everything Tastes Better', which won the 2010 Chicago 48 Hr. Film Project for Best Film, Best Music, and 8 other awards. In 2011 she composed the score for 'Lighter Lightness', a short film produced by Resolution Digital Studios with direction by Mitch Apley, and in 2014 she won the award for Best Musical Score at the Chicago 48 Hr. Film Project, for the second time, with R Underground's entry 'Faces'.
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