Alexandre Perotto impresses every time, but more than this – he engages his audience, creating something specifically for them; building bridges between us with these gorgeously expressive works of art.
Lhu Wen Kai’s near-fifteen-minute medley of classics from the infamous High School Musical is a performance that will bring about a treasured sense of nostalgia for many listeners.
A stunning album, a pleasure to have play for you and a refreshing take on Christmas music that embraces the listener in a subtle but magnificent manner. Absolutely worth downloading either for yourself or a loved one this Christmas.
One by one I found traditional songs that I thought worked well with my solo piano arrangements. Those are the ten songs that ended up on Toyland.
I cannot encourage you enough to experience Alexandre Perotto’s music at the earliest convenience. It’s a blessing to have such an artist among us, and this collection in full is consistently outstanding.
Yahudy provides a fully complex, varied experience throughout this project, and his songwriting is refreshingly intuitive. He’s well on his way to building something wonderful with his sound & his career.
The artist name encapsulates many of the feelings incorporated into the EP. The struggle is clearly very real, but the work that came from it is quite magnificent – often the way things tend to go in art & music.
Alexandre Perotto has heart & soul when it comes to music – to be able to showcase this by means of a two minute, solo instrumental performance, is incredible. Eternitarian is stunning. The connection is profound & beautiful.
Live music is VITAL as an artist. It’s about being able to CONNECT with people & share a moment in time with them. That’s the human experience.
Incredible writing & composition. All the best bits from the classic ballad, fused creatively with this new & exciting expression of sound & soul.