Pauline Frechette is a contemporary composer/performer. Her music is best defined as “Neo-classical” miniatures. DEF. “The use of modern techniques within the classical form composing music that reflects one’s own compositional voice.” Her work has been performed by the Baltimore Symphony, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, New West Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, National Symphony at the Kennedy Center and at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Pauline has sung on film scores and with many legendary artists including Paul McCartney, Beck, Cher, Willie Nelson, Neil Diamond, Muse etc. As a performer she is a a contemporary poet-musician who takes her audience on an emotional journey, moving effortlessly from her original piano compositions to romantic jazz and humorous theatrical songs.
Her solo piano album, “An Intimate Story” debuted at #3 on Billboard’s Classical and Classical Cross-over charts, and her critically acclaimed album, “Colors of My Heart,” debuted in the Billboard Top Ten Classical and Jazz charts. Pauline’s music is currently played in over 150 countries to millions of listeners and has over 10 million hits collectively on Spotify, Soundcloud, Reverbnation, iTunes and Amazon.
To learn more about Pauline Frechette and to listen to her music, visit her ReverbNation page.