HARRIET FRASER

Harriet Fraser singing into microphone

Renowned soprano and MD, Harriet Fraser, makes a compelling debut with her a cappella album "PEACE." With modern renditions of classic works including “Scarborough Fair” and “Abide with Me”, the album was recorded during the pandemic in a makeshift studio at home where Fraser sang and recorded all the vocal parts herself. Witnessing the anxiety and heartache the pandemic caused to those around her, not to mention globally, Fraser was moved to create "PEACE," a collection of meditative ballads, in the hopes of combining her two passions: music and Medicine.
 

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DIGITAL DOWNLOAD | Alongside renowned composer and arranger Shawn Kirchner, as well as Grammy-nominated producer, mixer Dana Nielsen, Fraser created a record embracing traditional classic songs from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, enhanced by her rich and calming voice.

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MUSIC AS MEDICINE

Fraser is a former Family Doctor in the UK, who while practicing medicine, simultaneously found music success singing on a global scale. She currently sings with the prominent Los Angeles Master Chorale. Alongside renowned composer and arranger Shawn Kirchner, as well as Grammy-nominated producer, mixer Dana Nielsen, Fraser created a record embracing traditional classic songs from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, enhanced by her rich and calming voice. 

Singing to her children was a significant part of Fraser’s inspiration for Peace, as her quest to comfort her children during the pandemic became the impetus for the album. Fraser realized that her singing helped ease the stress and anxieties building around her loved ones and wanted to share that same peace and comfort with the world. Despite the anguish many endured, whether it be personal or global, Harriet remains steadfast in her belief in the power of music to uplift, inspire, or just sing us to sleep when times are tough. 

“This album came straight out of the pandemic. I saw fear, sadness, and anxiety right in my own home and knew that this was magnified literally all over the world. It felt like a moment to create something that could combine both my professions.” stated Fraser. “Amidst the chaos of the last year, I wanted to create an album of healing – music that, I hope, creates a sense of calm and peace.”