Chloe Flower Founder, Modern Alkeme
Do it now, don’t wait.
Chloe Flower is a classically trained Pianist, Composer, & Producer who has played to sold out audiences internationally. She has collaborated with & produced artists such as Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Deepak Chopra, Johnny Mathis, 2Chainz, NAS, Celine Dion, Dej Loaf, Mike Will Made It, Tyrese & more.
In addition to producing and performing, Chloe has composed international commercials for Instagram, Nike, and also scored two feature films, “A Ballerina’s Tale,” the documentary on prima ballerina, Misty Copeland, as well as Kevin Hart's TBS documentary, “What Now? All Access.”
Chloe served as panelist and performed for the United Nations’ CTUAN Conference, the UNODC panel on the Role of the Arts in Human Trafficking, the UN High Level Event on the Status of Trafficking of Persons, and spoke along side the President of the General Assembly and the UN Secretary General for the historic launch of the first ever World Day Against the Trafficking in Persons.
Using the power of music, Chloe has brought much needed awareness to music education and the human trafficking epidemic, partnering with LA County Detention, Probation, and Foster Agency and Compton Unified School District & Music Unites on a music education program for at risk youth.
She serves on the board of The Lamp Project, The California State Summer School for the Arts, The Sanaa Lathan Foundation and is an artist ambassador to The United Nations Office of Drug and Crime Artists UNited Against Trafficking. She also serves as the global ambassador and Director of Music Education to The Liberace Foundation.
Currently, Chloe is working on a special project on music and the brain with renown neurologist, Rudolph Tanzi and also co-founded an ancient Japanese tonic called Modern Alkeme.