Darlene Koldenhoven has a GRAMMY Award and 3 nominations; 3 #1 albums on the ZMR Radio Charts with “Color Me Home” debuting #1 May.
Released April 21, 2017, it received 20 awards and 35 nominations, and stayed in the Top 50 Radio Charts through 11/2017. "Chromatones" dropped 6/1/2018 and is an instrumental New Age album. ZMR Broadcasters worldwide voted "Color Me Home" Best Vocal Album 2018; Best Vocal Album "Infinite Voice," Best Holiday Album "Heavenly Peace," Best Vocal Album nomination "Solitary Treasures" and Best Piano Album with Instrumentation nomination "Tranquil Times," and won Best New Age album by Independent Music Awards. Her album discography includes the inspirational positive pop/relaxation "Inspired by a True Story" and the classical art song "Angel on Ivories" awarded The American Prize 2012 Finalist: Best Art Song Vocalist - Professional. Darlene authored a book with 7 instructional CDs, "Tune Your Voice: Singing and Your Mind's Musical Ear" endorsed by faculty from Juilliard to American Idol. She is the featured soprano soloist in "Yanni, Live at the Acropolis" PBSTV Special/DVD and Ricky Kej’s “Shanti Samsara” concert/video for United Nations environmental awareness in Bangalore, India in 2016 & 2017. Many know her as the tambourine-waving choir nun in both “Sister Act” films with Whoopi Goldberg, appearing on The View for the Sister Act anniversary tribute.
For concert, workshop bookings, voice lessons, sonic therapy & info: DarleneKoldenhoven.com.