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GéNIA to Perform at the First Classical Concert at Heathrow!

GéNIA in association with Caffè Nero is excited to launch the very first classical concerts at Heathrow Airport on Sunday 14th & 28th December 2014.

Taking place in one of the largest coffee houses in the world, Caffè Nero present the virtuoso pianist and composer GéNIA, who is their featured classical artist of the month and whose compositions have been heard in Caffè Nero branches worldwide.

GéNIA will be launching her new EP ‘Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow Volume 2’ at these concerts as well as performing a selection of famous classical works to bring an entirely new experience to air travel.

'I am very excited about launching classical concerts at Heathrow with Caffè Nero! It was a long time tradition in Europe to have Café Concertos which contributed to the development of culture and I would very much like to bring this back to the UK in the 21 century. Heathrow is one of the best places to start, as it will make travellers' waiting experience much more enjoyable' says GéNIA

The relaxing and often nostalgic quality of GéNIA’s music alongside classic works by Frederic Chopin and Franz Liszt will certainly sooth passengers before setting off on their journeys.

So join GéNIA at Caffè Nero Heathrow Terminal 2 at 11am on Sunday 14th & 28th December 2014 for the ultimate travel experience. You can receive a free coffee from Caffè Nero Heathrow Terminal 2 by quoting "I love GéNIA's music!” on the day, and there will also be an opportunity to chat to GéNIA and obtain a limited edition signed copy of her EP.

GéNIA Recording New Album

GéNIA recently visited Master Chord Studio to record her new album 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow Volume 2'.

Following on from Volume 1 released earlier this year, GéNIA is extremely happy with the recordings and excited to present the new album in the near future!

 

 

 

 

 

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.

Click HERE to listen

 

 

 

‘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!

Click HERE to listen to and purchase 'Past Love'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 https://soundcloud.com/nonclassical/sets/gabriel-prokofiev-selected-classical-works-2002-2013

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.

http://youtu.be/JYtQ3Qvwx7M

Sketch No. 1 By GéNIA

http://youtu.be/JHJYMy8VWzo

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.

 

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