Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Exploring the Timeless Worlds of Hayao Miyazaki

I recently wrote an article for the very cool Hit City U.S.A. about why I love Hayao Miyazaki's films so much.  You can read the whole piece here.  For all Miyazaki super fans out there, I hope I did an ok job relaying the beauty of, and of course my personal fascination for his work.  And for all Miyazaki Virgins out there, I hope I was successful in perking your curiosity a little bit.

Last Sunday, I performed a mini live event set up by Hit City at the uber-hipster Ace Hotel in Downtown L.A.  Thank you to everyone who showed up and supported.  It was a beautiful evening!

Other than that, I've been very bad at keeping you up to date with all that's happening with me these days.  A lot of transitions slowly setting in motion, and projects I will probably announce very soon I hope!  Until then... I have the Spring Wave music festival to prepare for in Taiwan at the end of the week, so I better get some shuteye.  G'nite...

p. a.


  1. Hi Priscilla! This is my first time of writing a comment to you :) I am a BIG fan of you. I'm a Japanese and really liked your article about Hayao Miyazaki's films. It explained how I felt about the films. Hope to see you either in Japan or in the US in near future. がんばってください♪

    1. Thank you Nozomi-san! I'm happy that you feel the same way about these films! :) I hope to see you too -- ありがとうございます

  2. My first heroine was Nausicaa, from back in the 80s as a teen, so to have your song possibly be the last Ghibli movie song really touched a chord with me. And then to find out that it was your song? From one Ahn to another, thank you for being brave enough to share your music with us!

  3. I loved your song in When Marnie Was There. Beautiful ending theme. Really touching. Desde Panamá, con amor.