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Posts Tagged ‘classical’

Forest Robots – “After Geography” – subtle moods and emotional depths

“After Geography” is the fourth Forest Robots full-length album following, 2018’s ‘Supermoon Moonlight Part I’ and ‘Timberline And Mountain Crest’, as well as 2019’s ‘Times When I Know You’ll Watch T...


Lorenzo Armando Aldo Bazzoni – “One Tear From Your Smile” is a fine example of the composer’s incredible talent

“One Tear From Your Smile” is the latest video/single by music composer Lorenzo Armando Aldo Bazzoni. The composer has always known how to strike listener’s empathy and emotion in all the right places at all the right tim...



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Catherine Meeson – “The Call of Oma” is all wrapped up in pure poetry!

In theme with her previous releases from Earth Day 2017 (I Am (Song of the Earth) and World Oceans Day 2019 (Come Back), the epic electro orchestral concept album by Catherine Meeson, entitled “The Call of Oma”, was release...



Interview: Austin Findley blends styles to create his fusion genre

Austin Findley is from the Midwest. Born on August 13th, 1997 to a family from the country, He was raised in small towns around Mid-Missouri. He started learning music theory at age 14, when he began playing with a program call...


Franco Esteve: “The Hunt” – combines a dreamlike quality with more dramatic, and dynamic styles

Three years in the making, the loosely tied together, classical crossover, concept album, “The Hunt”, represents a masterwork for Puerto Rican multi-disciplinary artist, Franco Esteve. The award-winning filmmaker and music ...



Maelstroms by Julian Kerins injects new life into Rock

Julian Kerins is a New York based singer-songwriter whose music is the end result of an eclectic amalgam of influences that have been centered around a Rock backing. His latest debut EP Maelstroms has reached the ears of this w...


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New York Based Fabio Bertagnolli embraces a postmodern aesthetic without separation from traditional fundamentals

Fabio Bertagnolli is an award-winning New York Based music composer for concert, film and multimedia applications. As a teenager Fabio played trombone for the local community band in his then hometown in Northern Italy. After e...


Nina Kotova: “TCHAIKOVSKY” – the ability to cut through everything and get down to the obvious truth

Born in Russia, Nina Kotova belongs to the third generation of a family of musicians—most notably her father, the renowned virtuoso double-bass player Ivan Ivanovich Kotov. At the age of seven, she was accepted into an adult ...



Toni Castells: 2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal? – will leave you breathless

Toni Castells is a Hispano-British composer currently based in London. A lecturer at Imperial College London and the London College of Music, his sonic worlds transpire an inherited precocious classical training with an invent...


Corbeau du Nord: “Le Purgatoire” – filled labyrinthine musical worlds

Jason Bernier was born in 1978 in Longueuil, in the Montréal’s south shore, Québec. Coming from a modest background and raised by a single mother, his first contact with music was with a miniature wind organ of only 2...