Vincent Krennerich – “Flugträume” is stunning in its uncluttered beauty

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Vincent Krennerich is a young pianist and composer from Bavaria, Germany, who has been living in Austria for the past three years, where he recorded

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Vincent Krennerich – “Gedanke” – minimalist and deeply evocative piano music

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Strands of piano, violin and cello move hypnotically in waves, together with choral interludes, as themes appear, fade and reappear in varied guises, together forming

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double stone – “Better Than Wine” – expressive interpretation of a spiritual theme

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Taiwanese pianist, double stone, plays with eloquence, positively pushed by her artistic and spiritual instincts. Besides her phenomenal timbre and precision, she also can weave

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Lhu Wen Kai – “High School Musical Piano Medley” – as instantly impacting as it is nuanced

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Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez come from two different worlds: Troy the Basketball God and Gabriella the Smart, Stunning Geek. When they meet at New

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Arash Behzadi: “The Last Sigh” – emotional representation through music

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As a Canadian Iranian whose musical evolution has its beginnings in traditional Persian folk music, Arash Behzadi’s vibrant piano compositions explore the gamut of human

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Esteban Alvarez: “Piano meets Mariachi” ft. El Mariachi Nuevo Tecalitlán explores a smoother ground

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Esteban Alvarez is an award-winning pianist and composer, originally from San José, Costa Rica. Ever since relocating to Texas USA to study music, his priority

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Naro: “The Captain” is mysteriously beautiful

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Naro, is a composer, music technologist (she earned a Master of Music in Music Technology from New York University), videographer and graphic designer based in

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Linda Debella: “Jupiter Moon” – stands comparison with female singer-songwriter figures from previous decades

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Growing up outside Los Angeles, Linda Debella took years of classical piano lessons, and listened almost exclusively to pop radio. She says there’s nothing like

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Andi Young – Making Music For The Sake of Music!

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Andi Young is able to play several instruments such as the piano, violin, and more. He is a classically trained violinist, who delicately threads his

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