Brynn Albanese and Pneuma Melodies
Brynn Albanese, violinist has been performing and creating for 17 years on the Central Coast of California. From the Boston Symphony and the Boston Pops to living and working in The Netherlands, she is very well-known multi genre violinist that has been seen front and center as Soloist and Concertmaster on the San Luis Obispo Performing Arts Center stage with numerous large ensembles in the area as well as the iconic World Music Band, Café Musique.
During the Pandemic Lockdown, Brynn created a One-Woman-Show in the living room of her Cambria home. Seeing that people were starving for LIVE music, in person, she took to the streets, cul-de-sacs, medians, yards, balconies and has performed over 300 Concerts since April 1st, 2020. She presents a mix of European Gypsy, Latin jazz, Classical with a twist, Opera covers and a big splash of Celtic… she has created a lively, engaging, and interactive show that she has now taken on the road performing in private and educational settings all around California and beyond.
Brynn is also the Founder and Artistic Director of the ever-popular music series, Cambria Concerts Unplugged at the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cambria.
The series runs all year long and brings fabulous musical groups from all over to perform in Cambria.
Brynn is a Certified Therapeutic Music Practitioner and End of Life Doula. She works with a non profit organization called Ecologistics.org and her project name is Pneuma Melodies
Brynn Albanese-Pneuma Melodies is working to change the face of healthcare. Different from a Hospice Musician, which does not require certification and is not contracted by hospitals, and a Music Therapist, who stays with a patient until a desired outcome is reached, Brynn is contracted by hospitals and offers one on one scientifically based music sessions which are designed for each patient's condition and in the moment.
This is an ongoing project that is totally funded by the community at large. Thank you for supporting this game changing service. Music is Medicine. (MHTP.org)