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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Music of Margaret Bernstein



Margaret Bernstein - ”Uplifting instrumentals and Socially Awakened songs” - #CyberPR


Pop, Adult Contemporary, Instrumental


Sheryl Crow, Dido, Tori Amos, Paul Winter

I really enjoy Margaret Bernstein’s music! Listen to this song~

About Margaret Bernstein

New York City born Margaret Bernstein is an award winning singer-songwriter, composer and flutist with a unique voice, dynamic lyrics, and a positive and compelling message. Unlike many other songwriters of the pop-rock genre, Margaret is a classically trained musician who is an accomplished instrumental performer as well as a composer. Her musical compositions, which include elements from a diverse spectrum of styles and genres, have been inspired in part by her personal experiences and travels, which include four pilgrimages to India. Her live performances are a testament to Margaret’s amazing versatility, as she quickly segues from playing a Bach Partita on her flute to passionately playing the piano on an upbeat pop song. What makes Margaret stand out, however, is not only her eclectic and interesting background and level of accomplishment as a musician, but also her ability to communicate honestly and personally with her audience at heart level through her songs and music.

Despite her engaging career, Margaret manages to balance her musical endeavors with her other responsibilities and interests, which include hiking, cross-country skiing, and riding her horse, Reba. She is also intrigued by the medieval history of East Sussex, England, where her family has a residence and where Margaret also has a musical following in addition to her following in the United States and Canada. Margaret currently lives on her farm in upstate New York, where she resides with her fourteen-year-old son, Julian, and their beloved animals.

Margaret’s album Distant Thunder will be out in the fall of this year.

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