VIDEO: Classical Performer Amy Owens Blurs Genre Lines With HAETHOR

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Amy Owens has always been a believer in the power of collaboration and blurring the lines between musical genres. Owens brings rebellious fun to a traditionally strict musical world with the release of of the musical project HAETHOR, set for release March 15th. The album is a collaborative venture with producer and composer Howard Wulkan of Farmadelica Sounds. The album includes a blend of different genres, from pop to jazz, all guided by Amy Owens' crystal clear vocals.

The first single from HAETHOR, "Discreet" which is infused by classic jazz sounds, is example of how this album project shows off Owens' explorative journey in music. Check out the video below!

Shot in beautiful locations throughout NYC and Utah, the music video flows with gradually bigger spaces to amplify the progression of the song under the creative direction of filmmaker/director/choreographer Wilder Troxell.

Singing from an early age, Amy Owens has always had an affinity for artistic expression. She is a multidisciplinary artist as a pianist, dancer, and singer. Midway through college, Amy came to realize that a career in music was possible after a trip to audition in New York for Young Artist Programs.

Her career has skyrocketed since, performing across the country on stages such as Wolf Trap to Carnegie Hall, with renowned orchestras across the United States, including the National Symphony Orchestra, Utah Symphony, Reno Philharmonic, Omaha Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, and New Mexico Philharmonic.

In 2016, she participated in a unique project, HAETHOR, where she explored songwriting, music production, and musical experimentation.

The the self-titled album has been lauded as "...an enchanted force that brings a blend of beguiling electronic arrangements..." by Impose.




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