GRAMMY® Winner Darlene Koldenhoven, first inductee into the Indie Music Hall of Fame, is a vocalist, pianist/keyboardist, songwriter, composer, producer, author, voice teacher, sonic therapist with several #1 albums including Music of the Year, Best Vocal Albums, Best New Age Albums, Best Holiday Album. Darlene’s music covers New Age vocal and instrumental, Solo Piano, Classical Crossover Vocal, Contemporary Instrumental, and Ambient. Her music is featured on Sirius and hundreds of other radio stations worldwide. She has sung on over 1,000 recordings in film, television, albums, commercials in many genres. Known globally as the featured soprano soloist in “Yanni, Live at the Acropolis” seen by over 1.5 billion viewers and as the tambourine-waving choir nun in both “Sister Act” films with Whoopi Goldberg. Darlene has authored “Tune Your Voice: Singing and Your Mind’s Musical Ear” endorsed by university music faculties nationally. Originally from the South Side of Chicago, Darlene lives in Los Angles and has toured the world with major artists and with her own concerts and vocal workshops in major venues from L.A., Japan, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Europe, India to Sierra Leone. Visit



“Wisteria” from “The Grand Piano Spa” – Get it here


“First Light” from “Color Me Home” – Get it here


“Emmanuel” from “Heavenly Peace” – Get it here

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