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Timothy Wenzel

American-born artist Timothy Wenzel writes and plays highly engaging electro-acoustic Contemporary Instrumental/New Age/Celtic music. His debut album, "Mountains Take Wing" was selected as a Best New Age Album of 2012 by New Age Music World. His second album, "A Coalescence of Dreams" (October 2012) received widespread airplay and acclaim, climbing to #6 in the International New Age Charts (Zone Music Reporter) in 2013. His third album, River Serene, also jumped into the top 10 at ZMR. It was mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Corin Nelsen and was released November 23, 2013 on the Coyote Floe label. His fourth album, Summon the Wind, was released November 20, 2014 and was also mastered by Corin Nelsen. It soared to #6 on the ZMR charts in January 2015. His fifth album Distant Horseman was released in February 2016 and immediately rose to #3 on the ZMR charts. It extensively features Josie Quick, a very talented violinist. Mastering by Corin Nelsen. Album six immediately reached #2 on the ZMR charts and went on to be nominated for the coveted 2017 Best Contemporary Instrumental award by the ZMR organization.

Timothy is a former Ph.D. chemist who radically changed direction in life by pursuing his other passion: music. He is also a weather geek, photographer and struggling sailboat racer.

Excerpt from RJ Lannan, Zone Music Reporter: "... His album, Mountains Take Wing, is twelve tracks of Nordic/Celtic music that allows the listeners to climb to the apex, take the cold chill of despair away and allows our minds to journey far and beyond the limits of the physical... This is my firstportrait encounter with Timothy Wenzel and I like it. His music is gentle, but there is a quiet power behind his compositions. It made me want to hear much more from this audio alchemist. Perhaps he will change more notes into gold."