These are my two children, Sienna and Talia, age 23 and 16. They used to sing with me when they were young and now, they are young adults, singing on their own in various ways. This was a fun way to celebrate the light returning on the winter solstice! The song was written by Peter Mayer […]
Hello friends, I hope that you are well and staying strong during this difficult time in our country’s history. I returned from a second local protest today for Black Lives Matter in my community. I am saddened by all the lives lost at the hands of police brutality and I am saddened by our current […]
Springtime is dandelion time! Go out and pick dandelions to make a crown and sing this song from my recording Fairy Moon – Songs of the Ring!
Mother Earth and Father Sky sing to you this lullabye. Sister Star and brother moon shine some light in your room. Grandma’s quilt, grandpa’s bed, cozy pillow ‘neath your head. Have no fear, we’re all here, whispering wind sings the tune. Mommy loves you, Daddy loves you so, we will always love you wherever you […]
Maria Sangiolo sings Songs of the Wood, LIVE with Gary Osbrey on WINY Radio, Putnam, CT November 17, 2017. Maria Sangiolo on the #WinyMorningShow 11/17/17 with Sarah Heminway, Connecticut Audubon Society, Center at Pomfret and The Vanilla Bean Café To learn and hear more, go to www.mariasangiolo.com #SupportLocalMusic #LiveMusic #LiveLocalRadio Posted by WINY Radio on […]
Welcome to the all-new Maria Sangiolo website! We have collected historic photos, reviews, videos and a new blog for news and posts about my prose, song writing and nature hiking. My friends Laura Tedeschi at T2 Creative and Kyle and Mary Ann Dostaler at MAD Communications created this WordPress site for me and after much […]
John Muir said, “Everyone needs beauty as much as bread.” We have just returned from a family vacation in the west visiting four national parks: The Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Waterton International Peace Park in Canada, and Glacier National Park. We have always wanted to take our kids out to the west and experience the Big […]