How a case of insomnia led to a Grammy nomination

Simone Dinnerstein’s ethereal music is the stuff that dreams are made of. And at the height of the pandemic in 2020, for composer Richard Danielpour, that was literal. 

He was struggling with anxiety and insomnia and turned to her music to go to sleep. 

“I would wake up at 2 a.m., staring at the ceiling and nothing. I found no medication. I tried everything, but nothing would get me to sleep, except for one thing: listening to Simone Dinnerstein’s Bach,” said Danielpour.

He wanted to thank the renowned concert pianist, who herself was struggling with all her performances canceled.  

“I was feeling pretty aimless and dispirited and

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