Events

Ravens – Launched today!

Posted: January 20, 2017

Ravens is launched! Now available to stream, listen or purchase as digital or CD on all major music providers. Merchandise and tickets to the upcoming Calgary launch concert available at my store. A million thanks to everyone who helped make this album happen. MEDIA https://arts.ucalgary.ca/alumni/behind-scenes-carmen-braden http://www.cbcmusic.ca/first-plays/113/carmen-braden-ravens GET THE ALBUM iTunes and Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/ravens/id1187459607 Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/383HsYce1dAYXpQz67P5sp Purchase music or […]

Thank You Thursdays

Posted: January 19, 2017

A place to show my gratitude to those who have helped along my journey. I couldn’t do it without you. Thank You, Mahsi Cho. Thursday January 19 2017 – Thank you Mark Adam. Friend, producer, teacher, musician, beautiful human. Thank you for your trust and creative boldness. Thank you for your willingness to adventure north and your […]

Ravens – on CBC First Play for early streaming!

Posted: January 13, 2017

CBC has exclusive online streaming of Ravens for one week before the official Jan 20th launch. Here is your chance to listen – and get a bit of an inside peak into my thoughts about each piece. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN – CBC First Play – Ravens Thanks to Robert Rowat for the great story, and […]

Sound Journal

Nahanni National Park

Spectacular NWT! A road trip from Yellowknife to Fort Simpson, then a day trip into Nahanni National Park. Along the way, baby buffalo running near Behchoko, birch trees playing coy amongst the spruce at Kakisa Falls, incredible views from a Beaver 172 float plane, forest fire spotting from the air, frogs, mosquitos, sandhill cranes, a […]

Norman Wells

A short trip to Norman Wells in the Sahtu region of the NWT  – oil town, population 800, an hour flight north of Yellowknife. The trip was an attempt to arrive in time to witness the break-up of ice on the mighty Deh Cho (Mackenzie River), but it had happened a week earlier. All that was left […]

A photograph for your ears! Listen, look, and read about sonic wonders and delights from around the world!