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A rural town like Hiram, Georgia may not seem a likely start or an international recording artist, but that is exactly where Carol Albert's music talent emerged. In early childhood, Carol loved nothing better than to share the piano bench with her beloved grandmother. "My grandmother lost an arm to cancer, so she played the bass with her left hand and taught me to play the treble with my right. She also composed songs in her sleep and taught them to me. In sharing her melodies, my grandmother imparted her love for me as well as her love of music." As her music appreciation grew, so did Carol's aptitude for classical piano. She earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Georgia State University, and then embarked on a career in which she has left her mark nationally and internationally.

Internationally, Carol has toured four separate times in Europe, performing in Sweden, Germany, France, England, Ireland and Spain. Her CD's have also been quite popular overseas. Innovative Communications, her German Record Label, named Carol's Tides of Change among their "Best of Instrumental Music." Along with Tides of Change, Carol has produced four other CDs: Love In Your Eyes, Christmas Impressions, Morning Music and Night Music. Her works showcase original compositions along with Carol's interpretations of selected popular music.

Carol's many performance venues have been in cities across the US; San Francisco, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Kentucky and Virginia. Carol has provided entertainment for a variety of trade shows, corporations, organizations and public venues. Carol performed at the US Cable & Film Convention in Atlanta, NARM Convention in San Francisco and Southern Gardening Association Convention. Additionally, Carol has performed for numerous corporations such as the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National, Olympics Hospitality Suite for Nations Band/German House, Arthur Anderson, AT&T, BellSouth Cellular, Coca-Cola Executives, Dean Witter, Dow Chemical, Georgia Baptist Hospital, Hilton Managers Association, IBM, NASCAR Association, Motorola, ReMax Associates, Southern Nursing Association and SuperValue to name a few. Private organizations have hired her to perform for such events as Party honoring Henry Kissinger and Party for Muhammed Ali. A small sampling of her appearances in her home city of Atlanta, GA includes the JW Marriott, Marriott Marquis, Four Seasons, Capital City Country Club, Country Club of the South, Garbo's, Peachtree Plaza, Banks and Shane and SwissHotel. Additionally, Carol has enhanced the mood at weddings and other momentous occasions as well.

Formerly a staff accompanist for the Georgia State University Music Department, Agnes Scott College and the Atlanta Ballet, Carol uniquely draws from her classical training to create a blend of smooth, contemporary jazz and easy instrumental rhythms. Her Atlanta area concert appearances include the Fox Theatre Keyboard Colossus, Blue Sky Concert Series, Dogwood Festival, Georgia Music Festival, Piedmont Arts Festival, Dekalb College Concert Hall, Taste of Atlanta Festival, New Sout Music Showcase, WPBA TV Jazz Series and Good Day Atlanta. Carol has also performed for the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, WSB-TV's Walk for Hunger and WAVA TV5's Arthritis Telethon.

In 1991 she received an Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Achievement and Individual Excellence as a Composer for original theme music. Carol also took First Place for the Atlanta Songwriters Association's award in the Professional Category for Jazz. She is a professional member of N.A.R.A.S. (National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences) and ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers). Carol welcomes you to Contact her to learn specific details regarding her availability.

Art Name: Carol Albert Music
Category: Musician
Location: Suwanee Town Center Park
330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024
Highly listenable and chill, Carol Albert’s voice evokes light and air. Perfect that her standout CD is so visually oriented: images of butterfly wings, waterfalls and the sky.

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