Laura Sullivan

Belmont, CA United States

Laura Sullivan
Genres:New Age, Easy Listening, Specialty - HumanDrama/Emotions, Specialty - Cinematic, Specialty - Christmas/Holiday
Bio: Laura Sullivan is a GRAMMY® winning pianist, recording artist and composer of New Age and Contemporary Classical music.

Laura's music is licensed for use in TV, film and commercials, including the popular programs "So You Think You Can Dance," "On the Case With Paula Zahn," and a national Hyundai ad. Her music is featured in the Emmy Award Winning documentary "Walk into the Wild: Spirit of Itasca" and the Emmy Award Winning documentary "The Greatest Silent Sport", which was also awarded at the Fargo Film Festival. She composed original music for the film "Valentines Day Special" (starring Jon Polito). She also performed the music for the track "Sleepwalking on a Tightrope" written by Roy Finch for the movie "Wake." She was the composer for the feature film "Emotions" directed by Gio Vitelle which premiered at the New York Independent Film and Video Festival. She also composed and produced original music for the short film Nine and A Half Minutes Left directed by Gunther Thallinger.

Her release "Love's River" won the Grammy® award for Best New Age Album in 2014.

Her discography consistently receives international airplay. Her albums have charted in the top 2 on The Zone reporter, the internationally recognized New Age and ambient radio chart. Her release, Mystical America, was named #1 New Age Album of 2004 by, Wind and Wire.

“A musician that is fast becoming one of the genres most beloved pianists.”
Michael Debbage,
Solo Piano Publications

“Laura Sullivan’s music shimmers with an effervescent vitality.”
RJ Lannan,
New Age Reporter

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