Suzanne Ciani Documentary “A Life in Waves” has now been released. It is available on selected theaters and at home on video on demand. Here we will take a look at the first reviews of the documentary.
Here’s the trailer:
And here are some cool clips:
“An artfully assembled documentary, A Life in Waves chronicles the amazing career of pioneering electronic-music composer Suzanne Ciani. Not a follower of New Age music—the genre under which Ciani’s 15 solo albums, including the Grammy-nominated Neverland are categorized—I was not surprised that I had never heard of this remarkable composer. But as I learned about her game-changing contributions to the advertising industry, I became downright embarrassed by my ignorance and extremely grateful to the filmmakers Brett Whitcomb and Bradford Thomason for introducing cinema audiences to Ciani. Their enlightening documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in the creative accomplishments of unsung women who, like Ciani, played revolutionary roles in male-dominated fields.”
Read the complete review here.
The documentary’s homepage, with links to the video on demand, can be found here.
What a great artist! We are so lucky to have her in our genre 🙂