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February 13, 2017 - 

I will be in Salt Lake City Utah - Saturday March 18th as a featured guest artist with Michele McLaughlin at her Valley View Concert Series!! To buy tix and information click here:

Valley View Concert Featuring Kori Linae Carothers and Michele McLaughlin

 

February 2017 -  

I am working on new music.  At my concert in January I unveiled a song that I wrote for my daughter Jane.  Fortunately for us, SOKA University took video of the performances, so as soon as I get that video you KNOW its going here!  Also, I went to NYC to participate in a research program for Spasmodic Dysphonia.  I was their "guinea pig"!  I did have a GREAT time in spite of the scary MRI.  VERY noisy!  

Here is a photo from my home studio!  Getting ready to shoot a session!  
 

November 2016 - 

What does it take to get myself performance ready - a tiny peek of what it takes! 

 

 

October 2016 - 

I went to Vermont for vacation on my own.  Why? Answers my friends.. answers...

 

September 12, 2016 - 

I was asked to contribute my piano talents on my close friend Lawrence Blatt's latest album:  "Longitudes and Latitudes".  It is a gorgeous guitar driven album.  He has many guest artists appearing. You can listen here: 

Kuutana and I also have been working on a new track entitled "RED".  Its VERY different from what I normally write and I absolutely enjoyed working with him.  To purchase and listen click: RED

I am working with acclaimed electronic musician Kuutana.  He releases excellent music collaborations with many other artists.  Summer of 2016 my music will be featured on the lastest Sequential Dreams album: Legends.  

Releasing mid-2016,, Sequential Dreams' seventh album features guitarist Bernhard Beibl, pianist Kori L. Carothers, Movie soundtrack and performing musician Ryo Utasato, and multi-instrumentalist and producer Kuutana. Visit Bordersedge.com for upcoming news. (c) 2016 Sequential Dreams Video segments include Space Videos - ESA/NASA (CC BY 3.0 US) Don Whitaker Color Shifting Sunset Photos of Japan (c) Ryo Utasato.