Artists

  • Artist of the month:

    DeLange is a Dutch neo-romantic composer and pianist who writes primarily for solo piano. He experiences music in colors and shapes, a condition called chromesthesia.

Artists

  • Montreal based pianist and composer Alexandra Stréliski is a major artist in the alternative classical space. She is a trailblazing woman in the modern classical world with minimalist, emotionally striking music.

  • Being a restless and self - reinventing performer and songwriter, usually combining multiple instruments and literate lyrics in her projects, AMIMEA is the moniker under which Merit Visser explores the very foundation of her love for music: the piano.

  • Andert Tysma verlegt voortdurend de grenzen van zijn kunst door klassieke arrangementen te combineren met moderne technologie om unieke soundscapes te creëren, vanuit zijn achtergrond in jazz en moderne productie.

  • Songs are generally a blend of sound, voice, melody and rhythm working in harmony to either tell a story or evoke a feeling. Dutch songwriter Annelie explores her solo work within the confines of a single instrument: the piano.

  • Effortlessly transcending the constraints of modern neo-classical music, AVAWAVES are rooted in cinematic narratives, evoking emotional journeys of the heart and mind.

  • BARTH. is a composer and producer based in the Netherlands. During his studies at the conservatory his love for composition and instrumental music started to grow.

  • Büşra Kayikçi found the creative freedom she had been seeking all along in composition. Inspired by modern classical composers like John Cage and Michael Nyman, she wrote her first works in 2020.

  • Carlos Cipa is a Munich and Berlin-based composer and pianist. He has been classically trained on the piano and studied contemporary classical composition.

  • Neo-classical music that combines elements of both electronics and classical piano, and invariably party and improvisation from a dreamer.

  • DeLange is a Dutch neo-romantic composer and pianist who writes primarily for solo piano. He experiences music in colors and shapes, a condition called chromesthesia.

  • Dirk Maassen is a composer and pianist, which is according to him the most immediate instrument to materialize ideas and feelings into something that connects with this world and can resonate with the audience. 

  • The Polish cellist and composer Dobrawa Czocher takes listeners on a journey through unconsciousness exploring through sound the mystical richness of reveries.

  • Pianist and composer Douwe Eisenga writes sparkling music for sparkling minds, a hypnotic blend of irresistible rhythms, warm and muted melodies, and captivating lyrics.

  • Dustin O’Halloran is an American pianist and composer with five acclaimed solo albums under his own name. He released his first EP Sundoor with renowned classical musical label Deutsche Grammophon in 2019.

  • Between before and now; between reality and imagination; between memory and remembering. Federico Albanese’s stunning new album "Before And Now Seems Infinite" captures and inhabits these moments and passages of time.

  • Grandbrothers’ music represents a communion between the old and the new. The duo’s groundbreaking work is centered around the collaboration between pianist Erol Sarp and engineer/software designer Lukas Vogel.

  • In the rush of everyday life people search for moments of inner peace. Composer and pianist GUIDO is capturing these moments of inner peace in his compositions.

  • Hania Rani is an award-winning pianist, composer and singer. Her debut album Esja, a beguiling collection of solo piano pieces, was released to international acclaim in 2019, earning Rani four prestigious awards.

  • Jacco Wynia is a Dutch neo-classical composer, pianist and musician. His music ranges from solo piano and soundscapes, towards experimental, towards world music with spiritual influences.

  • Paris-born and Amsterdam-based pianist Jean Lucas played in numerous acts for several years, before he restarted composing his own neo-classical pieces almost 4 years ago. He got motivated to tell people his story throughout his piano, getting inspired by everyday things.

  • Job created a piano style all his own, in which melodies often take just another turn than you as a listener suspect. Small melodic leaps and unexpected accelerations bring together feelings of melancholy and playfulness.

  • With his minimalist piano playing, Joep Beving has the ability to touch even the most stoic individuals deep in their hearts. He creates contemplative piano music that he describes as "accessible music for complex emotions."

  • Lambert is today an enigmatic star of Europe’s neo-classical scene, sustaining an impish mystique since condemning his given name to obscurity and donning an ever present, horned Sardinian mask in 2014.

  • Lotte Pen toured the world as a classical saxophonist, until she decided to radically change course. Nowadays, she writes her own music, with influences from pop, neoclassical and film music.

  • Mixing classical and contemporary sound, composer Mario Batkovic seeks to explore the sonic possibilities of his instruments, without effects, rather through a mutualist symbiotic relationship between man and instrument.

  • Masayoshi Fujita is a Japanese vibraphone and marimba player known for his innovative approach to the instruments. Unbound by traditional styles, he explores new sounds by preparing the vibraphone with various objects.

  • By using vintage synthesizers (such as the Moog) and drum machines alongside his familiar piano, Frahm creates an intriguing musical universe where electronics, minimalism, ambient, and piano sounds converge.

  • Nite Kite is the creative alter ego of Brussel-based sound engineer and multi-instrumentalist Dieter Boels. His music sits somewhere in the twilight zone between acoustic and electronic.

  • Ólafur Arnalds, born on November 3, 1986, in Iceland, is a prominent composer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer known for his genre-blending music. Starting as a metal drummer, he transitioned to neo-classical music.

  • Olivia Belli, a modern classical pianist and composer from central Italy, gained international recognition since 2018, with millions of streams worldwide for her poetic piano compositions.

  • Poppy Ackroyd is a performer, composer and producer from London, currently based in Brighton. Classically trained on piano and violin, she fell in love with the piano beyond the keyboard, discovering the world of sound.

  • praam, based in Utrecht, has crafted a prolific body of work guided by his imagination and intuition. His earlier albums collectively accumulated over 10 million streams worldwide in just one year.

  • The 21-year-old pianist, composer, and producer Rangel Silaev began playing the piano at the age of five, and has built a significant career in composing music, both in the film and pop music worlds.

  • RIOPY is a French-English performer who has fused minimalism, pop, jazz, and cinematic idioms into a distinctive crossover piano style.

  • Classical guitarist Robin Scherpen’s journey is one of overcoming darkness and discovering light. Initially exploring South American music, Scherpen transitioned to composing, relying on intuition and ultimate freedom.

  • Ron Adelaar is a Dutch-based pianist and composer of neoclassical, meditative piano compositions.

  • Argentinian cellist, composer, and producer Sebastian Plano explores new depths in his fourth album, “Save Me Not”, pushing the boundaries of ensemble music.

  • Sophie Hutchings’ ninth studio album, “A World Outside,” is a captivating musical journey inspired by a road trip through Australia’s Northern Territory.

  • Canadian pianist and composer Tony Ann is excited to bring his world of emotions and harmony and virtuosic show to a stage near you.

  • XA4, aka Xavier Boot, is a pianist and composer blending acoustic piano with electronic elements and samples from his Bechstein grand piano.

  • Tiersen's diverse discography includes acclaimed works like the "Amelie" soundtrack. Over the years, he incorporated electronic elements, experimented with genres, and explored solo piano compositions.