Best NEW AGE Album
That’s Deborah’s “Soundscapes” !
Top 10 on Zone Music Reporter’s Airplay Chart
#1 on One World Music Airplay Chart
And here’s a bit of Morocco for you: https://youtu.be/hmRSf6iz8_Y
Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
former head of A&R Polygram Records
“Now, I must say, I think YOUR album is most original and unusual. Slightly quirky, often cinematic, and yet lyrical. Bravo, Deborah! I think this is excellent. If I was still doing my old job as head of A&R at PolyGram, I would have been seriously interested in your talent….really good, Deborah.”
Jim Linahon, Grammy and Emmy Producer, LMP Studios:
“…a very, very talented composer/pianist Deb Offenhauser…has a Grammy contender. This is contemporary fusion beautiful music with a big heart and a first class talent!”
“This is for Hollywood! You did everything perfect. Your production ideas are stellar. I’m so glad to have you aboard.”
Suzan Bader DSM Productions Warner-Tammerlane Publishing Corp.
“Soundscapes” is a gorgeous album. Beautiful compositions, tasteful arrangements, excellent musicianship all makes for a pretty undeniable combination.
Ben Gundersheimer / Mister G Grammy Winner
“Beautifully performed and put together – incredibly cinematic and visual. You have created something truly wonderful here and deserving of much success!”
Aeone Aeone’s music has been on TNT, Discovery and NBC and in the movies “Jurassic World”, “The Hobbit”, “The Last Samurai”, “Tomb Raider” and more.
Dick Metcalf of Contemporary Fusion Reviews:
“…just listen to the deeply moving closer, ‘The Wonderful Unfoldment of Blue’, one of the shorter pieces on the album; but, also one of the most powerfully evolving creations I’ve heard this year… just superb!” Want more?
Kathy Parsons of MainlyPiano.com writes: “[Deborah’s ] pieces have an optimistic spirit and the majority of them are quite melodic. A few tracks are more abstract and atmospheric, but all thirteen have a colorful story to tell.”
“Soundscapes will likely most appeal to fans of neoclassical and contemporary instrumental music that possesses a uniquely experimental edge!” ~Candice Michelle AuralAwakenings.com
Ever watched “Desperate Housewives”? “Madam Secretary”? “The Big Bang Theory”?
Maybe you heard Deborah’s music !
Up in the air? “Soundscapes” is now being heard on the following airlines:
Condor Air / Thomas Cook
use Deborah’s delightful music!
“Soundscapes” nomination led to a
Berlin Philharmonic Hall concert October 3, 2018
Courtesy of Enlightened Piano Radio competition
One World Music Radio Artist In Profile radio interview and show on “Soundscapes” !
One World Music Radio “The Album Show” featuring “Soundscaapes”
Terry Hawkes Harborough FM Interview and Show
Simon Barrett Interview and Show
Diana Burnell Director of A&R Watchfire Music
Your album “Butterflies” is a wonderful musical accomplishment.
The piano play in tracks like “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” conveys a tangible sensitivity that is rare in today’s music.
Your arrangements are fresh and unique and your play is just as delicate.
“Lara’s Theme” and “Unfoldment” portray a more intense level of drama and add to the diversity of the entire album while showcasing your immense talent on the piano.
What a great product!
“Deborah’s work is amazing. Her music is up-beat and she is always able to energize her audience with her amazing stage presence.”
- Rami M. Kalla, Film & TV Producer
“Millions of my listeners enjoy your music.”
- Di Promotion/Poland
“Lots of originality in every cut.”
- WKIN AM/Gray, Tennessee
“She’s a superb piano player – refreshing”
- Rodvre Kanalen/Denmark
– WBYW FM/Grand Rapids, MI
“Superb! I love it”
- Radio Equinoxe/Belgium
“Refreshing new style! All good.”
– Radio 49/Denmark
2019 TOUR DATES
Appearing with The Diamonds:
Jan 20 – Mesa
Jan 21 – Green Valley
Jan 22 – Mesa
Jan 23 – Surprise
Jan 24 – Florence
Appearing with Mark Preston:
Jan 29 – Sun Lakes
Feb. 1 – Fountain Hills
Feb. 2 – Pebble Creek
Feb. 5 – Surprise
Appearing with The Diamonds”
Feb. 17 – Fountain Hills
Feb. 18 – Sun City
Feb. 20 – Tucson
Feb. 21 – Mesa
Feb. 22 – Sun Lakes
Feb. 25 – Mesa
Feb. 26 – Mesa