Chloe Flower is a classically trained pianist currently working on her debut album which fuses her own traditional arrangements with contemporary beats. Produced by the legendary Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, this groundbreaking album marks an unprecedented collaboration between Chloe and her inspiration, Somaly Mam. The album is a journey of emotions separated by three acts, each opening with the moving words of Deepak Chopra.
Using the power of music, Chloe hopes to bring a much needed awareness to the human trafficking epidemic. Strong and moving themes were carefully chosen to trigger specific emotions in the listener. Deepak Chopra’s opening words in each act guide the audience through a journey from innocence to suffering, then culminating with hope and healing. Chloe will be donating a portion of her album sales to The Somaly Mam Foundation in an effort to help end human trafficking.
Chloe has performed throughout the United States and abroad, and attended the Aspen Summer Music Festival with her late piano teacher, Herbert Stessin of The Juilliard School. She also has studied with Aaron Shorr at the Royal Academy of Music in London. In addition to piano, Chloe played the cello for ten years. She speaks four languages including Hindi, French, and Korean. She was recently accepted into the private studio of New York Philharmonic harpsichordist Lionel Party who is also a faculty member at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music and The Juilliard School.
“Chloe Flower is a very unique and extremely talented artist. She is poised to become a global superstar. Working with Chloe has inspired and taken me into a new musical world that is very exciting for me”