Released 1st October 2021
Across three soft and reflective solo piano works, Kent-based composer Thalis positively and poetically captures a sense of the constant need to look forwards.
Italian composer Alessandra Celletti presents her stunning interpretations of minimalist classics from the likes of John Cage, Arvo Pärt, Philip Glass and Erik Satie.
Weaving exquisite piano tones with delicate layers of strings and electronics, Franco-Swiss composer Vivian Roost lifts two of Satie’s timeless classics to bold new heights. The EP also includes beautiful solo piano versions of both works.
On Peace of Mind, German composer Paterok explores a range of moods to unwind the mind, from nostalgic waltzes (“We Laugh, We Cry”) to melancholy moments (“Solemn Hearts”).
Following recent support from BBC Radio 3 and BBC Introducing, neoclassical composer ildio unveils his sophomore EP. lila features four beautiful solo piano works, each reverberating feelings of hope and optimism.
Locking himself away in a small house deep in the woods, Polish composer Piotr Wiese was inspired to create three intimate pieces, resulting in new EP Solituned.
Dutch pianist Muriël Bostdorp releases her introspective new EP Save Me, a collection composed during unpredictable times.
Created during the global lockdown as a mediative practice, ildio’s debut EP has connected with a growing audience seeking music for mindfulness.
Performing at prestigious events including Wimbledon, Thalis has since been on a winning streak with his deeply relaxing solo piano works.
On Pastiche, Steinway artist Comune shares seven elegant originals alongside a spectacular rendition of Debussy’s “Bruyères”.
British composer R. Strachan presents his new EP Reverence, inspired by nature and offering a moment of calm and reflection for the year ahead.
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