One night I ventured into the park with my beloved redheaded beauty. We walked for a while admiring nature and enjoying our simple conversations. Setting up a hammock, the sun set and night had befallen us. Looking up, the trees and its branches were irregular and vast. The bark was black and without detail in the night scene. The moon was shining brightly down upon us through an open area in the canopy. The night air was crisp and fresh… Inspirational. All of this is the backdrop of my creativity. “Sous La Silhouette” means “Beneath the Silhouette”, and that’s exactly what it is. The song itself reflects the coolness of the night air. The mystery of the shadows. The brilliance of the full moon. Most importantly it reflects the way I felt in that very moment. Forever captured in a song. Forever remembered in a language without words. “Sous la Silhouette” will be released on my second piano solo album. If you’d like to experience the night that I did, follow the blog to know when the album is released. I hope I painted a vivid picture for you. More updates and “Stories Behind the Songs” on Everythingmusic90.com !
I’m very excited for the month of October. Me and my father are taking a trip to New Hampshire to play concerts and speak French like true French Canadians! One of the venues, the Hooksett Library, was where I played my very first concert! You can see my first performance HERE! I was 7 and super cute 😉 I am very excited to be playing there again, it’s been 12 years! We will be playing pieces from our past albums and our soon-to-be-released next albums. I can’t wait to play one song in particular… “Sous La Silhouette” (Beneath the silhouette). The song describes the full moon, shining brightly down upon us. And looking up, the trees are black and without detail. Perfect silhouette in the night sky…
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Everything is changing as we move through our lives. Progress made, new people met, and new songs written. This summer I’ve written eight new songs destined for my next album. The overall tone of the album is light. Dreamy melodies and colorful hues… But there’s something hiding behind the mask. You’ll have to listen to find out!
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On my album “Synth Dreams” the song ”Looking Back” was recently added. This song is funny though, becuase I orchestrated the song before I finished the solo piano score! The piano version is called ” Sombre Night Sky ”’and is going to be on my next piano solo album release. Sheet music is available HERE !
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Looking Through the Rain is the title of my debut piano-solo album. I started to compose at the age of thirteen, my first composition being “For Emily”. I continued to write and in July of 2014 I recorded the first four songs I had written up to that point. “For Emily”, “Ambrosia”, Tattered Memories”, and “Those Days”. I continued to write, write, write all the way up until December of 2015 when I recorded the last eleven songs of the album. I still continue to write and I am even looking ahead to the second album! If you follow this blog and follow me on Facebook and Twitter, you’ll be notified of new posts. We are always doing something new at Highland! My father’s album was released the same time as mine, you can check out Laments, Dreams, and Visions below. Father and son, both composers, releasing dual albums, pretty cool right?