Art Rock, Avant-Prog, Neo-Prog, Progressive Folk, Progressive Rock, Symphonic Rock, Canterbury Prog, Italian Prog Rock, New Prog, Crossover Prog, Progressive Jazz/Fusion, Progressive Electronic, Also a fan of other genres of music
In the Autumn of 2010, PD delivered it's fifth full-length CD: Pan: An Urban Pastoral. The new CD is a full-fledged concept album, not far removed from the “rock opera” genre an extension of PD’s earlier foray into concept-composition, Pyre of Dreams’ Arthurian “Temple in Time” quintology.Since its inception not quite twenty years ago, Persephone’s Dream has endeavored to create Music: music that speaks to a diverse audience; that transcends meter, the incidental, and the merely mediocre; that forges connections between themselves and their listeners; and that touches you on multiple levels whether musical, intellectual, artistic, philosophical, spiritual, sensual, or any combination of the above. So for now, check out Pan: An Urban Pastoral 1) for your own pleasure, and if not for that, 2) to see how PD is wrapping up their second decade. And do check in again later… because the next decade is ripe with possibility, and full of the promise of new PD dreams yet to come!
Influences or Favorite Bands
Gentle Giant, Genesis, ELP, King Crimson, PFM, Henry Cow, Renaissance, Jethro Tull, Yes, Ethnic Music, New Age, Exotica.