The new Princes of Serendip album Seed-Maid: Sentimental Songs was released by Jaiya Records on Saturday, January 14th, 2017 with a concert at the Kleinert-James Arts Center in Woodstock, NY. … Listen/Buy
“The CD [Seed-Maid:Sentimental Songs] is a beguiling breath of fresh air with not one weak moment. Every song is to be savoured and enjoyed. Do yourself a favour; dim the lights, light the fire, pour yourself a hot chocolate or a goblet of mulled wine, put on the CD and enjoy the passion (and compassion) that the Princes of Serendip bring to their music. You will thank yourself afterwards.” — John Sillberg, CKOL Radio, 93.7 FM, Campbellford, ON, Canada
The strangest Princes Of Serendip album! — Listen/Buy —
An Evening with the Serendip Orchestra features some of T. G. Vanini’s most exotic, eclectic and operatic songs, accompanied by a virtual orchestra of electronic and acoustic instruments, animals and birds.
Irv Yarg on the Serendip Orchestra : “I am the dream imagining myself in sound.”
Charles Lyonhart on the Serendip Orchstra: “Sgt. Pepper meets Incredible String Band!”
I’ve composed the music for the short documentary film “Plimpton 322: The Ancient Roots of Modern Mathematics”, written and narrated by my alter ego, Professor Laurence Kirby. Watch the movie, or just the trailer, at Laurence Kirby’s webpage.
Some albums I’m onA Horse Named Sherman by Kate Boyer
Seed-Maid: Sentimental Songs by The Princes of Serendip
Julie Parisi Kirby's "In Her Dream"
Real Time Real Piano by Mighty Xee
An Evening with the Serendip Orchestra by The Princes of Serendip
What She Said by The Princes of Serendip
The Princes of Serendip by The Princes of Serendip
growth & gravity by T. G. Vanini
Kalliope's Grace by Deborah Osherow
Strange Sweethearts by Sarah Underhill
Bluebird in the Snow by James Krueger
DVD: Too Small To Fail by Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine