Classical

  • Marcel Heah: “Travelogue” – slow chording and flowing melodic runs

    More like personal sketches for piano than traditional, structured songs, the music of Melbourne-based Australian artist Marcel Heah plays like a poetic soundtrack to the world’s tangible and intangible elements, and nowhere is this more brilliantly enacted than on his album, “Travelogue”. There are wondrous, beautifully understated melodies here,...
  • G-Note The Artist: “Unity” – melding classical elements with modern urban flavors

    Discussing music, eclectic music artist Brian Eno once said in an interview with: “The difference between classical and contemporary music is the difference between architecture and gardening. With architecture you know in advance what you’re going to get, you specify it all, it’s all written down and drawn out...
  • Christian Salerno: “Resto In Silenzio” – poignantly minimal!

    Pianist Christian Salerno, comes from a musical family and is proud to be able to consider himself part of the eighties generation – being born in 89. Christian fell in love with the piano at 11 at has been studying the instrument all throughout his academic years, until finally...
  • Nina Kotova: “TCHAIKOVSKY” – complex and passionate

    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 cello class at the Moscow Conservatory. At fifteen, she won First Prize...
  • Toni Castells: 2045: The Year Man Becomes Immortal? is awe-inspiring

    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 inventive use of modern technologies to create unique and distinctive soundscapes. Castells latest musical endeavor is entitled ‘2045:...
  • Corbeau du Nord: “Le Purgatoire” – extremely melodic soundscapes

    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 25 notes and 6 pre-made chords. Very quickly, the instrument became restrictive for...
  • “Indus Raag” Picks up 2 IMA Nominations and is Grammy Shortlisted!

    The “Indus Raag – Collector’s Edition” project has been described as “one of the finest sets of classical music ever released in Pakistan”. The award-winning project has been released in various box sets containing multiple CD’s, including the popular – “Indus Raag – Music Beyond Borders” and “Indus Raag 2...