Kristin Hoffmann is a singer-songwriter who has a gift, one we can all experience through her ability to be open. As a human compass, she navigates through her own waters right into ours, with sound, like poetry without words. Her perfect pitch is a serene perfume. We, as an audience, are the witnesses and we watch as she volunteers her soul’s journey.
Personal meaning in her music is secondary. “It’s not really about me,” says Kristin. “Music is my vehicle.” Her voice often feels like a ceremonial language from a deep, universal, sound code. She works with a certain delicacy on a cellular level.
Kristin says, “Music for me is about communion, a way to bring people together, a reminder of infinite possibility.”
Kristin most recently sung at “The Concert of Love & Gratitude for the Planet Earth” produced by Dr. Yasu Nemoto and his staff at the Emoto Office in Tokyo on July 20th to commemorate the work of the late Dr. Masuro Emoto. Kristin sang at that event, as well as at “The Symphony of Peace Prayers 2015″ held at the foot of Mt. Fuji on May 17, 2015.
Please continue to read about Kristin on her website at http://www.kristinhoffmann.com
Ted’s interview with Kristin and Michiko Hayashi on July 24, 2015