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Karen Salicath Jamali: Where Serenity Meets Melody in “Angel Zadkiel”

Step into the world of Karen Salicath Jamali, where dreams become music. This Danish-born, NYC/Florida-based artist transcends boundaries, crafting a unique soundscape that blends music and visual arts. Her latest offering, “Angel Zadkiel,” exemplifies this remarkable fusion.

“Angel Zadkiel” isn’t your typical piano piece. It’s a channeled melody, a message received during sleep and then translated onto the keys. This unique creative process, sparked by a near-death experience and subsequent head injury, sets Karen‘s work apart. It’s raw, unfiltered music that flows directly from the wellspring of her subconscious.

Imagine a song devoid of lyrics yet brimming with emotion. “Angel Zadkiel” is an introspective exploration guided by the serenity associated with the Angel of Surrender. Delicate melodies and evocative chord progressions replace the traditional fanfare often associated with angels, creating a sense of calm acceptance.

This serenity is no accident. Karen Salicath Jamali‘s background in the visual arts, particularly her sculptures focused on peace and balance, spills over into her music. The sculptures become sonic landscapes, each note a brushstroke, building a world of tranquility. Angels, a recurring theme in her art, find their voice in “Angel Zadkiel,” their presence calming energy that transcends the physical realm.

“Angel Zadkiel” serves as a gateway to Karen’s latest album, Angel Pollination. It’s the first brushstroke on a canvas of divine, innocent, and spiritual explorations. The song awakens the listener, inviting them on a journey inward—a chance to connect with the quiet whispers of their own soul.

Karen‘s artistic journey is a beautiful tapestry woven from music and the visual arts. While music currently occupies the foreground, her sculptures and paintings remain a source of balance in this endlessly creative life. Performing solo at Carnegie Hall has further fueled her passion, solidifying her belief in the universality of her artistic expression.

Listen to “Angel Zadkiel” here:

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