“I have heard angels, and the world is good.”

“So many people that try to express spiritual realms in performance come to it with so much baggage... they are trying to sell their point of view. Listening to you at the concert was like entering into a world about you and what you love and respect, from your feeling of insight and depth of heart - there was no sales effort. It felt like a very open-hearted presentation - not showbiz, but very professional and clean.”

“You have opened my heart even more. I have never heard such prayerful music for Mother Mary.”


Katy Taylor – vocalist, composer, and musician, performs as 'Mirabilis' solo and with Amy Fradon, singing original and medieval chant and song that weaves celtic ornamentation with haunting, mystical chant and prayers. Specializing in the music of Hildegard von Bingen, a capella and accompanied by medieval hurdy gurdy, flutes, and shruti box, Katy and Amy's purity of tone and musical depth inspires and transports.

Katy with her Hurdy Gurdy, and Amy Fradon


Devotional Music – Mystical and Celtic
A mixture of celtic sensibilities and medieval modalities, weaving prayers with chant and song, and reminding us of our connection to the Divine. Original and medieval compositions.
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The Music of Hildegard von Bingen
Passionate, flowing renditions of Hildegard's music, which can be presented as a concert, lecture-demo, or with a slide show of Hildegard's illuminations.
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      O Rubor
      O Virtus Sapientie

The Ensemble – Mirabilis

Katy performs a capella and with her medieval hurdy gurdy, flutes, and shruti box, both solo and in collaboration with her dear friend and singing partner Amy Fradon. Katy and Amy's voices soar brilliantly and create a hauntingly beautiful and awe-inspiring space where deep healing, blessing, release, and reverence can happen.
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Katy's Original Compositions

Most of my own original music reflects my own spiritual orientation of finding holiness in many forms, and in particular, in the Earth and in the Feminine.

Many pieces were inspired by actual Celtic prayers, which weave a simple, folky connection of Earth, Mother, and Christianity. I found myself reading or praying them and a melody would well up in me. I've edited and adapted some of the original texts, adding the the Goddess (hearkening back to pre-Christian Celtic spirituality). What I love about these prayers is their connection to Earth, to everyday activities -- that we are not separate, but are a part of normal life, from getting up in the morning, to going to bed at night. This is how I'd like to experience my own life more.
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