Revolution Harmony is Kate & Ray, a Canada-based couple with roots in Africa and England, who use the power of music to inspire positive change. Work includes: duo, school, book, all-star charity singles.

The RH logo was created from the C clef in music notation, which is the only clef that can be used on all five stave lines (from the highest to the lowest), making it a true musical symbol of equality. Download the RH logo as a black or white 300dpi PNG file.


Hi, my name is Kate and I'm the Harmony in Revolution Harmony!

I'm a Canadian, vegan, straightedger, yogi, music teacher, composer, and singer.

I've been singing for almost a quarter of a century. I studied voice and piano through my teenage years, accompanied by regular solo performances and choral concerts. Most recently, I've studied teacher training with Ray, music theory (to the highest grade) through the London College of Music, and vocals through the Berklee College of Music.

In 2006 I embarked on a life-changing charity trip to Botswana in Africa, where I worked to raise youth awareness of HIV/AIDS in the community, and it was there that I discovered the true power of music. On returning to Canada, I immersed myself even deeper into the singing world, and began working with improvisation groups, choirs, performing to hundreds of people, and volunteering for non-profit fundraising events.

2012 found me exploring the mind/heart/body interconnectedness, and the vocal synergy that is created from this unity. As part of this growth into a holistic singer, I studied Yoga and did my teacher training at Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico.

For the last few years, I've been teaching and performing in a variety of contexts, from leading Kirtan at Yoga centres to playing at festivals.

Now I'm excited to be spending my days teaching and composing music with the love of my life!


Alright? My name's Ray and I'm the Revolution in Revolution Harmony!

I'm a British African, vegan, straightedger, award-winning music lecturer, composer, producer, journalist, sub-19 5K runner, minimalist, and a few other things too!

Born in the '70s in Cape Town (South Africa), I began playing piano at the age of seven, and guitar at the age of eleven. I went on to form Royd, an original grunge band that received national acclaim. In 1996, along with playing sold-out shows, our debut single reached No.1 on the rock chart of the country's most popular national radio station, 5FM, and we returned to the No.1 spot in 1998 with our third single.

After graduating from high-school and achieving Grade 8 (the highest grade) from the Royal Schools of Music in piano, classical guitar, and theory of music, I moved to Los Angeles (USA) in 1999 to study contemporary guitar and voice at Musicians Institute. There I also recorded an album with my new original multicultural rap-rock band Gray Race Evolution, and gained valuable experience performing on the Los Angeles music circuit, which included shows on the famous Sunset Strip.

In 2001 I immigrated to England where I did my teacher training while studying education, and lectured music theory and composition at the UK's largest college (with over 25,000 students) in London from 2001-2011, later becoming the course director and accredited lead internal verifier too. In my decade at this college I was honoured to win the Learner First Award and Vocational Qualification Hero Award. I also went on to form 12 Ton Method, my new original dodecaphonic metal band, in which I composed and played guitar. At this time I unintentionally became a music journalist as well (long story), and after writing for Kerrang! magazine from 2009-2010 I moved on to Terrorizer, where I became the editor of their new guitar magazine Sick Sounds from 2010-2011, and I'm still a journalist for Terrorizer as well as Total Tattoo magazine.

I founded and ran the non-profit record label Grade 9 Records from 2008-2012, which exclusively released my students' music worldwide and donated all the proceeds to charity. In 2011 I relocated to Vancouver (Canada) and developed this philanthropic dream by launching my new and improved non-profit record label Revolution Harmony, which released over 40 records worldwide, including the 2012 self-titled LP from Cryptopsy (who've sold over 300,000 albums).

2013 saw Revolution Harmony streamlined to focus exclusively on my All-Star charity singles that feature multiplatinum Grammy-winning artists (Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine, Serj Tankian of System Of A Down, and many more), with all the proceeds going to charities that restore harmony between people, animals, and the environment. In 2014 I moved to Salt Spring Island (Canada) to surround myself with nature in order to focus on writing my music theory book, but instead I ended up meeting the love of my life, Kate, and starting a music school and a duo with her.

In 2015 we relocated to beautiful Victoria BC (Canada) to partner with the renowned Warp Academy to create an online Music Theory course, which will start in early 2016. I'm also now writing two music theory books, and Kate and I have just launched RH artist development. Watch this space for updates, and thank you sincerely for your time and support, as together we are all the Revolution Harmony. Amandla Awethu!