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Michael Whalen: Bio

Michael Whalen is a two-time Emmy® award winner, BMI award winner and Grammy-nominated composer and music supervisor. A veteran of more than 800 TV and film scores, thousands of commercials and numerous TV themes and video games, Michael is also a world-renown recording artist and producer with 32 solo and soundtrack recordings to his credit. His song, "I Have Loved You For A Thousand Lifetimes" has more than 37,000,000 streams on Spotify and millions of views on YouTube. Known for his beautiful melodies and gorgeous textures, Michael has fused his expertise with sound design and his love of soaring cinematic melodies into a signature sound that has won over fans worldwide since his first commercially released music on Narada (UMG) in 1993. Michael is an expert on music copyrights, music monetization and is a noted speaker on the future of the music business. Michael has been adjunct professor at the Berklee College of Music, The City College of New York, NYU and The New School. He is published by Warner/Chappell Music, and serves as the creative director of Solace, a division of myndstream. Michael is a Yamaha artist.

1 A Metaphysical Morning  
2 Sacred Spaces  
3 Ordinary Miracles  
4 1000 Paper Cranes  
5 The Pure and the Calm  
6 An Ocean of Candlelight  
7 The Inbetween  
8 Devotion  
9 In The Footsteps of the Blessed  
10 The After Life  
Sacred Spaces Promo 1
Ordinary Miracles
Devotion
Interview with MusicPlayers.com

"Sacred Spaces" is an epic recording nearly ten years in the making. "I have been pursuing a spiritual ‘awakening' for most of my adult life. Over the past decade, I realized that I am 100 percent responsible for whatever my relationship with a ‘higher being' might be," says Whalen. Filled with sonic landscapes built from hundreds of layers of sound, "Sacred Spaces" is Michael's tour-de-force electronic project, which seamlessly blends his natural gift for melody with fresh textures and percolating rhythms. Deeply inspired by Michael's film and TV work and his love for progressive rock, "Sacred Spaces" is the ambient recording of the year.

Crossover Media Projects with: Michael Whalen