(AUDIO INTERVIEW + MUSIC MIX)
The Connecticut-based artist Meg Bowles has been composing electronic music since the early 1990s. She is best known for her ambient orchestral style that blends spacious textures with meditative and poetic elements. Meg is a classically-trained flutist with studies at both Northwestern and Boston Universities, but she abandoned this path in favor of a career in finance. She earned an MBA from Columbia University in 1984 and worked as a derivatives trader for a few years before pursuing advanced studies in Jungian psychology and creating ambient music. Besides being a composer, she is also a licensed psychoanalyst, choral singer, avid gardener, and local wildlife connoisseur.
„Voices from the Ethereal Forest,” her ninth album, is set to be launched on December 2nd, so I took the opportunity to interview her about the new project and her personal history.
audio interview 24 min. + music mix 66 min.
MEG BOWLES Site: https://megbowlesmusic.com/
MEG BOWLES Bandcamp: https://megbowlesmusic.bandcamp.com/