Manuela Verbeek – Spring

“Plunge headlong during the year in modern classical processing from unsurpassed -manela verbeek-. Feel how the singing of the cello passes through your body and, together with you, rises to the very heaven. There, high under the clouds, music begins. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Окунитесь с головой во Времена Года в современной классической обработке от непревзойдённой -Manuela Verbeek-. Почувствуйте, как пение виолончели проходит сквозь ваше тело и вместе с вами возвышается до самых небес. Там, высоко под облаками, начинается музыка.”

-Nagamag.com

Spring is one of the tracks of Manuela’s new album “Season”! There are 4 tracks on it, one for every season, and 6 solo cello pieces. Hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to watch the beautiful music video linked here as well!

www.manuelaverbeek.nl/seasons

Manuela Verbeek is a classically trained Dutch cellist and has performed and recorded with artists from various genres such as Blaudzun, Flor d’Luna and Paceshifters, and currently focusses on creating original neoclassical solo work.

George Ko – Thinking of Bach

“A very short but truly tasteful nod to Bach’s legacy that will probably have any mélomane with a soft spot for late Baroque period and a perfected counterpoint yearning for more.”

-Nagamag.com

www.georgeko.co/

Known for his alluring sound, expressivity, and eloquence at the keyboard, pianist/composer George Ko has appeared on stages around the world, from 2000 seat auditoriums to Carnegie Hall. His music has been heard at film festivals, television broadcasts of ABC and CBC, and at music festivals in Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, and China. His recordings have appeared on films at the Tribeca Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and on Netflix. His current discography encapsulates his musical style inspired by classical, jazz, R&B, and pop genres. It is in the pursuit of this style, George has created his very own improvisational technique, blending the virtuosity of classical and flexibility of jazz.

As a composer, George developed his artistry at Harvard University, where he received his bachelor's and honors in music. There, George debuted his first composition, which was premiered by the Grammy award-winning Parker Quartet. Recently, George is an active film composer and will have his piano compositions debuted in the upcoming Salt-N-Pepa Biopic to premiere on Lifetime in 2020. He was also the keynote artist performer for TEDx’s 2020 global sustainability conference, “COUNTDOWN”, co-hosted by Happily.

George is also a successful entrepreneur, having founded several companies and non-profits, in which he received the CES Innovation Award in Robotics in 2019, the Harvard Gov 2.0 Award for innovation in politics, and a patent in data management. George is also the co-founder of Giant Robot Media, an Asian-American digital magazine that discovers groundbreaking creatives throughout the world.

George has given inaugural concerts for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Bowers Museum, and the Fogg Museum. He was invited to play at the request of President-Elect Joe Biden, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Senator Barbara Boxer. In recognition of his artistic talent, George was awarded the David McCord Prize from Harvard University. He is also a 5-time laureate of the Bradshaw and Buono International Piano Competition. George currently resides in Los Angeles, California. He is a Young Steinway Artist. You can find his music on all streaming platforms. George is on the Sonder House label.

Ilia de Vega – Nostalgic Road

“A simply charmingly scenic piano piece that fits a sunset or night mood and takes you for a candle dinner with nostalgia in a candid, authentic and definitely not trite way. Red wine and romance will make great guests for sure. Play it a few times and it might start snowing with golden snowflakes.”

-Nagamag.com

www.facebook.com/manakaotoha/

myks – Storm

“A most fitting title for a deeply emotional song that carries you with faith and virtuosity through the vision of passing storms and tribulations. A haunting, repetitive piano, a heart gripping, lamenting trumpet with accents of hope, distant nature like effects, together they create a strong, cinematic, memorable experience.”

-Nagamag.com

We have all been trough a few storms during our lifetime. Standing in the midst of difficult things does occasionally make it difficult to put words to describe your feelings and this track is a result of such circumstances. This song tells a story, from the first breath of wind, through the storm and out on the other side. With the amazing Espen Westbye on trumpet this track tries to tell this story in an interesting way that makes the listener come back for more.

www.facebook.com/myksmusic

Wilson Trouvé – Moving Slowly

“A dancing creature hopping across a meadow into a lush green forest filled with natures magic. The sun rises behind it as the ray shine on the treetops awaking all the creatures. A new dawn is upon us, fresh and magnificent in her glory. This beautiful composure can truly relax one to the core. ”

-Nagamag.com

www.facebook.com/wilsontrouve

Alaskan Tapes x Michael Lessard – Know

“We couldn't resist to comment on this unique collaborative single, that directly affected our mood. Your favourite Indie Electronic sound is -this time- driven by truly soulful vocals and lyrics of deep meaning. Mainly smooth production with an etherial highlight towards its finale!”

-Nagamag.com

This track is a recent collaboration between Michael Lessard (of The Contortionist), and Alaskan Tapes. They got together over the previous year and started making ambient indie folk music together.

www.facebook.com/AlaskanTapes

Mare Insularum Pier – Hampsicora’s lament

“We all struggle among the shadows. Wondering souls taking their turn on this magical planet. Soft as rose petals sprinkled by the morning dew. The piano here really comes alive in soft gentle ways only a true master can express. ”

-Nagamag.com

Song inspired by Hampsicora's failed rebellion against the Romans in 215 BC. With the piece I wanted to imagine the moment when he realises he has lost everything by looking at the smoke coming from the battlefield on which his son is also lying.

www.mareinsularumpier.eu/

Natalie Evans – Driving Home Late

“Natalie Evans can change the way you realize music via her fresh Acoustic single. Almost three minutes of crystal sound, not too slow to keep you interested and still not intense to make you quit before the end. On top of all lies the artist's charming and also expressive voice.”

-Nagamag.com

soundcloud.com/natalieevansmusic

ITabib – Golgotha

“Have you ever thought that your soul is often in search of an elixir that can calm it? Believe me, there is no better way than treating it to a new, neoclassical composition -itabib-. You will be surprised how much gratitude you will receive in response from such a mental resonance. Enjoy. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Вы никогда не задумывались, что ваша душа часто находится в поисках эликсира, способного успокоить её? Поверьте, что нет лучшего способа, чем угостить её новой, неоклассической композицией -ITabib-. Вы будете удивлены, сколько благодарности вы получите в ответ от такого душевного резонанса. Наслаждайтесь.”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/tabib.me/

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