About Tania Gabrielle
A highly sought after spiritual intuitive and personal growth leader, Tania Gabrielle inspires legions of praise from her clients and followers. Tania introduced the merging of two ancient divination arts – Astrology and Numerology – to the Western World, unlocking the codes in the stars, names and numbers to facilitate wealth and well-being with a primary focus on teaching spiritual principles that manifest practical, real-life results. Her Star Codes podcast, videos and articles inspire tens of thousands of viewers per month.
Tania Gabrielle was featured and quoted in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, ESPN Magazine, Essence Magazine, ESPN.com, Yahoo.com, and US Magazine. As the founder and creator of Numerology Academy™ – the first online certification course integrating Astrology and Numerology – Tania has taught and certified hundreds of students in 37 countries.
Tania's new book The Ultimate Guide To Numerology unlocks the secret messages of birthdays, names, addresses, personal forecast, the meaning of 11:11 and other codes to facilitate Soul-inspired growth, fulfillment and financial flow.
Also a gifted classical composer, Tania has had her music performed worldwide in the most prestigious concert halls by Grammy-award-winning artists.
“One senses the composer’s technical mastery—the music abounds in unlabored counterpoint and imaginative, unforced sonorities—and her ability to say what she means and stop. Her music is at once accessible, engaging and smart.”
“Tania Gabrielle is a creator who melds clarity of design with emotional depth. Her writing is as concise as it is compelling.”
“Tania Gabrielle's chamber music is urbane and sophisticated. Neo-classical in style, with attractive melodies, forward-moving rhythms, and idiomatic instrumental writing, Gabrielle occupies a space where balance is everything. While her music is always expressive, it is never overwrought; the emotions are not on the sleeve. Each instrument is given its chance to shine in the constantly shifting textures.”
“Few modern composers try to depict happiness in their music, perhaps because their often stringent materials suit darker topics better. But Alexandria-born Tania Gabrielle French found an intriguing vocabulary to evoke various flavors of happiness in her String Quartet No. 3, which received its East Coast premiere from the Artis-Quartett Wien on Wednesday night in the Library of Congress's Coolidge Auditorium. French subtitled the quartet “Luminescence,” and her harmonies indeed glow brightly throughout.”
“The Angeles Quartet's superb performance of Gabrielle's “Equinox” brought out all of the piece's wonderful intricacies. … She believes music should be clear and communicative on first hearing. She feels music can put humans in touch with a notion of beauty and that it can be a path to understanding an inherent balance in the universe. Gabrielle not only pursues these ideas but succeeds at making them tangible and persuasive, which is a goal of any art form.”