Violoncellist & Sound Healing/Reiki Practitioner

As a creator and manipulator of sound, violoncellist Maria Scherer Wilson dedicates her talents to music and healing in the Pacific Northwest. 

photo credit Maggie Delaney
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Led to Sea w/The Native Sibling and Robin Bacior

Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle

Doors 7:00, Show 8:00. Alex Guy's chamber rock band unites once again! Led to Sea headlines at the Abbey. Alex Guy, viola/vocals - Maria Scherer Wilson, cello - Angelina Baldoz, bass - Adam Kozie, drums. We'll be playing some new songs, old favorites and a few cover tunes (including Portishead and PJ Harvey).

Golden Ear Jazz Awards

The Royal Room , 5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA

Jazz trumpeter/composer, Samantha Boshnack, and her alternative 14-piece ensemble have been nominated under two categories for the Earshot Jazz Awards! The first nomination is for B'shnorkestra's self-released Global Concertos album (NW Recording of the Year Award category), and the second nomination, for the NW Jazz Ensemble of the Year Award. Please vote at the 'tickets link' or go to https://www.earshot.org/gea-2016-ballot/. Honored to be a part of this fantastic ensemble!

North Corner Chamber Orchestra - Vibrant Hearts: A Romanian Celebration

University Christian Church, 4731 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA

In collaboration with the Romanian American Chamber Concerts and Arts, ROCCA, pianist Oana Rusu Tomai (Founder and Artistic Director)

Saturday, Febuary 17th 2018 at 2pm

General admission $25, Seniors $15
Ages 18 & under + music students FREE at UCC

Enescu - Double Wind Quintet

Enescu - Romanian Rhapsody

Featuring Romanian-American pianist Oana Rusu Tomai

Bartok - Romanian Folk Dances

North Corner Chamber Orchestra - Vibrant Hearts: A Romanian Celebration

University Christian Church, 4731 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA

In collaboration with the Romanian American Chamber Concerts and Arts, ROCCA, pianist Oana Rusu Tomai (Founder and Artistic Director)

Saturday, Febuary 17th 2018 at 2pm

General admission $25, Seniors $15
Ages 18 & under + music students FREE at UCC

Enescu - Double Wind Quintet

Enescu - Romanian Rhapsody

Featuring Romanian-American pianist Oana Rusu Tomai

Bartok - Romanian Folk Dances

Now I'm Fine

The Clarice @ The University of Maryland , 8270 Alumni Dr, Baltimore, MD

As the star of his own musical autobiography, comedian/musician/storyteller Ahamefule J. Oluo is electrifying. Part experimental pop opera for 17-piece orchestra and part comedic storytelling piece, Now I’m Fine is compellingly energetic, blending original music with darkly comic personal monologues about illness, despair and regeneration. A virtuosic performance by vocalist okanomodé further illuminates this deeply relatable story that ranges from epic to intimate. Oluo’s storytelling was recently featured on This American Life. He is the founder of the hard-jazz quartet Industrial Revelation and has collaborated with Macklemore, Das Racist, Hey Marseilles and many others.

“When he conducts his band … he bounces on the balls of his feet … temporarily defying gravity in every sense of the word.” – The New York Times

World Sound Healing Day

Worldwide

Join thousands throughout the planet for the 15th Annual WORLD SOUND HEALING DAY on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. At 12 noon (local time in your time zone), sound forth for 5 minutes with the “AH”, created and projected with the energy of compassion and love, sending a sonic valentine to Gaia, our Mother Earth.

At that time, please go to templeofsacredsound.org to enhance the vibratory effect as we sound together for Global Harmonization, planetary peace and healing.

If you cannot tone at 12 noon, sounding anytime during February 14, 2017 will help create positive shift and change for our planet on World Sound Healing Day.

The purpose of World Sound Healing Day is to:

1). Heal Our Planet! 2). Heal Our Waters! 3). Raise Our Consciousness!

59th Annual Grammy Awards

Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

Seattle's own Recess Monkey has been Grammy nominated for the Best Children's Album! Jherek Bischoff recorded Maria's cello for the album Novelties and her sounds can be heard on Sweaty Yeti and Smitten for Kitten. Cross your fingers for a Recess Monkey win! The 59th Annual Grammy Award ceremony starts at 5:00pm PST on CBS.