Since 2001, Cody has given hundreds of concerts, workshops, and school programs in the Northeast and many other regions of the United States. His music has been aired on numerous public, community, college, and commercial, radio stations nationwide, and he has been interviewed/featured on major Northeast radio and television programs such as Vermont Public Radio's "VPR Classical", WCVB-TV Boston's "Chronicle" and WAMC-Albany's "Performance Place".
Accolades for Cody's music include "Very Best of New Hampshire" (Editor's Pick 2002) from New Hampshire Magazine, and "Best Instrumental Album of 2009 ("Winter Suite") from the inViTe Tammie Awards of Vermont. Some of the words critics use to describe Cody's performances include "magic", "extraordinary", "entrancing", and "transcendent".
Besides music, Cody’s interests include walking, reading, social and environmental justice, kindred spirits, sunsets, starry nights, chores, gardening, clearing trails, listening to the wind, and watching clouds drift by.
For more info about Cody and his music, please visit: www.codymichaels.com.
"Cody Michaels' deep connection to nature is the thread that ties together his performances. His fascinating music examines the pulse and chore of what lies beneath the surface of things, while his interactions with the audience create an intimacy that can make a full hall feel like a one-on-one conversation."
(Jackson Evans, former Executive Director; The Vergennes, VT, Opera House)