Kati Gleiser

Kati Gleiser

Kati Gleiser is a weaver of many worlds. She seamlessly dances between her exquisite soulful concert pianism, to indigenous tribal vocalizations, to producing music and video, to spinning, felting, basketry, permaculture, natural horsemanship, fermentation, and medical herbalism. She is also a certified Kundalini yoga instructor. With a steady hand and joyful purring, she humbly births magic into this world.
As a concert pianist, Ke Nova has performed throughout the world. She has appeared on NPR, at venues ranging from barns and cafes to performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and in Shanghai, China. She is a National level prize winner and holds a Doctorate in Piano Performance, specializing in electronic music. Ke Nova recently released her first solo album, where she wrote, performed, and produced songs of praise and grief for our Earth Mother. Ke Nova’s voice formed the key electronic component of “Ayin Shel” by the Israeli composer Iddo Aharony, performed with the Grammy award winning ensemble Eighth Blackbird, at the University of Chicago. Ke Nova is featured on SEAMUS and INNOVA record labels, performing works written for her.
Kati serves as co-Artistic Director to Symphony in the Barn, a Classical music festival on a beautiful biodynamic organic farm in beautiful Ontario, Canada.
For more info: kenova.org
Kati Gleiser will be sharing Birch Basket and Womb (Gourd Canteen).