Karen Salicath Jamali is a multi-award wining composer, pianist, and professional American artist who was born and raised in Denmark. She has just unveiled her latest album titled ‘Hope of Angels’, a manifestation of 1 year of hard work in 53 minutes of tranquil, peaceful, angelic piano music inspired by the 12 angels themselves. The album was wonderfully mastered by Byron William Harris, president of the BWH Music Group.
The album itself is a refreshing new release in a music industry saturated with similar ideas and remixes. Karen Salicath Jamali truly stands apart as being one of the very few inventive minds in the industry, and this album makes her worthy of all the praise. Her soulful musical choices and tranquil mastery at the piano make this album so cathartic and impressive.
Karen has also unveiled the fact that she will be concerting with the American Protégé Summer Gala at the Stern Auditorium on June 12th, 2022, at 2PM. It is there that she will be performing her solo composition titled ‘Angel Blue’ on the big stage. This is a performance that Karen Salicath Jamali has been working towards for the better part of 2 years since Carnegie Hall closed down due to Covid. Being invited to play on the inestimable and beautiful Stern Auditorim wherein there have been countless historical concerts is a testament to her stature as an artist in the sphere of music today.
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Karen Salicath Jamali is a multi-award-winning composer, pianist, and professional American artist who was born and raised in Denmark. It wasn’t until an accident caused her a head injury and a near-death experience that Karen started to play music. She had previously never played the piano – the head injury amazingly opened up a new world for her and she began to play and compose beautiful and meditative music which healed her. After 6 years of playing, she has 7 albums and over 2500 compositions. She has performed at the prestigious Carnegie Hall 7 times solo with her compositions. Her next concert is scheduled for June 12th at the Carnegie Hall Sterns Auditorium.
Her latest album is the brilliant ‘Hope of Angels’, which she will be submitting for the 65th Grammy awards- previously her album ‘Sound of Angels’ was chosen to be the first ballot for the Grammy Consideration 2021 for the ‘Best Contemporary Instrumental Album’ and for ‘Album of the Year’.