“Trina Brunk’s music has an ethereal power” ~ Marianne Williamson, Author and Lecturer 

As a singer/songwriter, Trina delivers powerful and inspiring lyrics through soaring, stirring vocals and  gentle piano soundscapes and soulful guitar.   Her Christian upbringing set in the rural Midwest provided an unlikely setting for her mystical awakening and remembrance of ancient wisdom teachings that closely parallel those of Indigenous Earth-based spirituality.  Her lifework is a love song that builds bridges across this perceptual divide, singing the awareness that we are all One and that what we do to each other we do to ourselves; that the way to deal with an enemy is to love them; and that loving our  Infinite Source and Creator with our whole Being is the most important thing beyond all of our individual perceptions and judgements.

Trina began writing songs in 2008 and began performing across the nation in 2010. In 2013 she released her 9th self-produced album and in 2012  her collaboration “Running Free” with film composer Charlie Armour was nominated for an Indie Music Channel Best Female Soundtrack award, she opened for Marianne Williamson in St Louis, Missouri and has performed in Texas, Illinois, California, Missouri, New Mexico and Colorado. 

“Trina’s music is truly inspiring. I find myself waking up to it in my head, and humming it in the shower. It’s not just music, it’s magic. It pushes me to be more, to live more, to love more, to feel more, to reach higher. Thanks Trina!” ~Alicia Adams, Columbia, MO 

“Trina Brunk’s music is pure Spirit and her songs are an offering of love and service to humanity. She has the rare gift of allowing herself to be the instrument through which music is created and sung. Trina is a treasure to our spiritual community and a great gift to the world.” ~Rev. Kristin Powell 

“… this music is the crystalline structure of love.”  -Tracy Barnett, journalist

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At Cooper's Landing.
Photo by Gale Thompson

At Cooper's Landing. Photo by Gale Thompson