Laura Sullivan (composer)
|Labels||Sentient Spirit records, NorthStar Music and Orange Music|
|Associated acts||Jeff Oster, Nancy Rumbel, Eugene Friesen|
Laura Sullivan is an American composer, pianist and New-age music artist. She has worked with some of the most leading musicians of the industry and Grammy award winners including Nancy Rumbel, Jeff Oster, and Will Ackerman. Her album Love's River won the 2014 Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.
Early Life and Education
Laura Sullivan was raised in a farm in Northern California near the foothills of Mt.Lassen. Her mother was a children's book author - Carol Purdy. She started learning piano from her mother when she was 4 years old. She earned a Bachelor's degree in music with emphasis in piano, and a Master's degree in psychology from the University of San Francisco. She further graduated training from the New School in New York City.
- Piano Solos - (2003)
- Trails of North America - (2003)
- Mystical America - (2004)
- Feast of Joy & Love - (2007)
- Close to Home - (2008)
- Love's River - (2013)
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