Archive for the ‘GéNIA’s compositions’ Category

GéNIA’s music played in Carluccio’s

In addition to Le Pain Quotidien playing 'Past Love' from GéNIA's latest EP, Italian restaurant chain Carluccio's have begun playing GéNIA's music.

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‘Past Love’ played in Le Pain Quotidien in Moscow

'Past Love from GéNIA's most recent EP 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow' has been playing in Le Pain Quotidien in Moscow!

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Gabriel Prokofiev Releases ‘Select Classical Works 2003-2012′ Containing Collaborations with GéNIA

Composer and DJ Gabriel Prokofiev is set to release 'Select Classical Works 2003-2012' in July 2014, containing four of his previous collaborations with GéNIA. Originally released on the album 'Piano Book No.1' in 2009' described as “A compelling collaboration” **** by Time Out, Chicago, the tracks to be included are 'Clock Watt', 'Entrance', 'Rockaby' and 'Black Sauce'.





Please follow the link below to hear a selection of tracks included on the album

GéNIA releases live performance video for ‘The Last Dance’

GéNIA has just released the next in her series of live  videos filmed at one of her concert earlier this year. Here GéNIA gives a performance of 'The Last Dance' from her EP 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow'.

GéNIA Releases New Video for ‘Sweet Memories’

GéNIA has just released the brand new video for her piece 'Sweet Memories' from her latest EP 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow'. Many thanks to Andrei Schonfeldt Productions for creating the video.

Sketch No. 1 By GéNIA

A piano improvisation performed by GéNIA. Recorded just before she set out to Paris, this improvisation encapsulates the movement and change of travel while expressing the ever shifting emotions experienced during the transformation.

GéNIA begins filming new video

GéNIA's latest video shoot takes place today, so stay tuned for more info and some exclusive sneak peeks!

German Sculpture Artist Alice W. Bakker Uses GéNIA’s Music In New Piece

German sculpture artist Alice W. Bakker has used GéNIA's rendition of Adagio from the Piano Sonata by Sofia Gubaidulina in a piece combining both sculpture and dance. The concept behind the video is of a dancer meeting one of Alice's sculptures. The meeting is very tender, as if she wants to awaken the sculpture. Her movements are a reaction to the fact that the sculpture is made of steel; frozen in its movement and is inspired by the moving lines in the sculpture and its expression, in such a way that both steel and human skin are merging together.

You can see the video by clicking HERE.


A poet Ned Swan features GéNIA in his poem “The Prodigy”

Poet Ned Swan was inspired to write this piece after attending GéNIA's performance at the Hurlingham Club last month.

The Prodigy

I went to concert the other night


Chopin, Paganini, Rachmaninoff

Beautiful music

The pianist was so good

I could only sit there


She can't really be playing this
Can she?

I mean not really

How can anyone's fingers move like that?

But then everything changed

She began to play her own compositions.

Lovely, moving, uplifting music

More perfect than anything that
Had gone before

Not because of the technical brilliance
Of the playing

Although there was no dip
In the virtuosity of her performance

But the greatest beauty was
Celebrating her act of creation

No one could play this better

Because it was hers

And so it soared over us
Delicately, lovingly, expressively

Leaving anything that had
Been played before
Wilting in the following dust

While she carried us forward
On a journey
We had never undertaken before

Never could repeat again

Copyright Ned Swan 2014. All rights reserved: poem and photo

Julius Beltrame captures GéNIA’s music on camera!

Here is one of the lovely pictures that was taken when GéNIA was pre-viewing her EP 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow' at The Hurlingham Club earlier this year. Captured by a thoughtful photographer Julius Beltrame this picture beautifully conveys the essence of the music.

GéNIA performing 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow' by Julius Beltrame March 2014

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