Rachel Panitch is a Boston-based violinist, improviser, composer, and teaching artist. She has been an artist-in-residence in neighborhoods, in schools, and in Zion and Acadia National Parks. Rachel performs Classical music with the Cardamom Quartet, is a dance fiddler with French Roast, and weaves stories with Thread Ensemble (an improvisatory trio of violins, voices and vibraphone) and with Grammy award-winner Bill Harley. Rachel’s music is featured on a PBS Utah Bucket List episode, and the National Park Service’s “100 Years of Arts in the Parks” video series. In 2009, Rachel founded Rhode Island Fiddle Project, a free music program teaching traditional fiddle and dance music, and is currently a Resident Musician with performance and education organization, musiConnects. Rachel received her Masters of Music in Contemporary Improvisation from New England Conservatory.
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Hypnotisee ("Hypnotized" in French) tells how one can get fascinated and soothed by the infinite beauty of our planet earth and its amazing nature. The track brings together musicians from the Americas, Europe and Africa and represents a true melting pot musical with Latin, Indian, classical and jazzy influences.MORE LESS
A song of inspiration for everyone going through stuff on Earth. Despite our travails, it's not over. We will rise again.MORE LESS
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