Dean Evenson is an award-winning new-age musician, composer, producer and videographer. His hometown is Staten Island, New York. He has a Masters Degree in Molecular Biology. He worked in Manhattan as a recording engineer for Regent Sound with many Atlantic recording artists including Eric Clapton, Mose Allison, Roberta Flack. Dean plays several instruments including the silver flute, Native American flute, synthesizer and keyboards. In the New Age genre, his music is generally sounds of nature combined with flute melodies and other instruments for ambient and meditative purposes. His music is often used for massage, meditation, yoga and relaxation.
In 1970, he and his wife, Dudley Evenson, became involved in the portable video movement. They worked under grants from the New York State Council on the Arts with Raindance Foundation and helped publish a magazine called Radical Software. During the '70s, the Evensons traveled the country in a half-sized converted school bus documenting the emerging new age consciousness. They produced hundreds of hours of half-inch black and white video.
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