Gary Malkin

Gary Malkin is a composer, producer, and public speaker. He is interested in helping to bring about social change and personal healing through music events.

Since 1992 he has been using his gifts in meaningful ways. Gary immerses himself in social projects and uses music to promote peace, environmental interests, and the integration of mind, heart, and spirit in human activity. His passion is carried out in music and other forms of the arts as he inspires his audiences. He uses not only music but also othere media projects, gives keynote presentations, and performs consultations world wide.

Gary’s success spans 35 years, with numerous awards: Emmys, ASCAP awards, and Clios. Those accalades have acknowledged his work in various media, including film, television, commercials, and CD production. The last twenty-five years he has worked with music partner Dan Alvarez in their music production company Musaic. They just completed scores for two projects currently sweeping the globe: the Pachamama Alliance’s Awakening the Dreamer Symposium, and Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take?

Gary is co-creator of the internationally acclaimed CD/Book, Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying, which covers ways to help face life and death with greater thoughtfulness, encourages acceptance, and promotes having compassion. In 2011 he co-authored the CD and Book titled Safe in the Arms of Love. He used music to assist the bonding between parents and newborns.

Gary made WisdomFilms, which is available on www.hulu.com. He collaborated in another media work by combining spoken word and music for a short film named Gratitude.

Some other works include: the opening music for the broadcast Pangea Day; Artistic Director for the Quest for Global Healing Conferences in Bali; presenting on the subject of using music and sound for healing at the Great Hall of China prior to the Beijing Olympics; keynote collaboration on What Makes Your Heart Sing?; public speaking; and co-founding Care for the Journey.

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