Harold Moses is a composer, violist, workshop facilitator and musical cosmologist who travels the United States and Canada performing, lecturing and speaking on music, science and spirituality. Utilizing his Seven Musical Truths, Moses leads his audience on a fascinating journey into the mysteries and wonders of music, sound and vibration. He advocates active music listening as a powerful tool for personal growth and transformation, teaching that anyone can orchestrate their life by choosing the music they listen to.
A pioneer in the new field of musical cosmology, Moses teaches that musical Harmony is the unified field governing all energy systems.
An alumnus of the Curtis Institute of Music and the New School of Music (both in Philadelphia), he served as assistant principal violist of the Denver Symphony Orchestra for eight years. Harold Moses' viola playing is known for it's beauty and 'heart opening' quality. He has performed with many other artists nationally known recording artists including John Seire, David Hykes, Michael Hopp?, Tim Wheater and Don Campbell. His CDs have received regular airplay on numerous syndicated radio programs including Music from the Hearts of Space, and Echoes.
Harold Moses (ASCAP) has composed, arranged and orchestrated hundreds of hymns, anthems and choral works. His Hymns for the Age of Great Change speak of three major themes: God's eternal love, humanity's divine destiny, and our individual call to service. Blending the languages of science, physics, and spirituality, his collection The Sacred Geometer Canticles - Sacred chant for the Age of Great Change extol the wonder and mystery of Cosmos and Creation while teaching the truths of sound, vibration and Harmony.