Karen Drucker

She has been a singing mermaid, a singing casket, and was literally “elevator music” when she was hired to sing and play piano in a moving elevator.

She was the music director for three different New Thought churches in Northern California, as well as the music director for both UCSL and RSI’s Asilomar conferences.  She received an Honorary Doctorate of Music for her work within the Religious Science Community, a “Grace Note” award for her work within the Unity Movement, and a “Spiritual Beacon Award” from Mil Hi Church in Denver.

A regular performer for Bread & Roses, a non-profit organization that brings free, live entertainment to people confined in institutions, Karen founded her own organization, Artists for A Cause.  She has helped Bay Area organizations in need by producing benefit concerts utilizing local talent. Karen was awarded the “Volunteer of the Year” recognition for over 25 years of service.”

She has recorded 14 CDs of her original inspirational music, and released her first book, “Let Go of the Shore: Stories and Songs That Set the Spirit Free,” published by DeVorss publishing.  Her newest CD, “The Call” was just released featuring 14 new positive message songs.

Karen sings, speaks and leads workshops at women’s retreats, mind-body & health conferences, and various churches around the country, as well as working with authors like Joan Borysenko, Alan Cohen, Debbie Ford and others.

She has been called “a master of communicating presence and spirituality through music.”  She loves making music, making a difference, and touching hearts.

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