ISADAR – “Red (piano)” – Album Review – by Alexandra Holzer

 

Valentines Day Is Bittersweet When Unwrapping Something In ‘Red’ 


written by Alexandra Holzer (author and paranormalist)
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(January 27, 2013)

Red, is the latest installment of Pianist and artist Isadar who was submitted for consideration in five categories for the 55th Annual Grammy® Awards which should prove exciting and promising. He’s released sixteen albums independently, nine of which are solo piano. As Isadar has collaborated with some of music’s best like musician Will Ackerman who is the Windham Hill founder, unwraps his love-themed solo piano album dropping February 5th just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Red contains brand new solo compositions that highlight classical, jazz and new age genres but places Isadar in his own break-out genre and specific brand of solo piano. This is following his highly acclaimed award-winning and chart topping 2012 albums“Reconstructed” and “O Christmas.”

“The Seven intricate selections on Red defy genre categorization” states Isadar which he produces from his music label Mainya Music Entertainment in New York City.  According to Michael Diamond of Music & Media Focus he says that, Red opens the door to a whole new dimension of Isadar’s keyboard talent…On Red Isadar steps out of any lingering shadows and charts a bold new direction…Red is a masterful recording that encompasses stunning technique, imaginative composition, and the willingness to take a risk…”

Red is aimed at terrestrial satellite and international radio as promoting music today has changed and this artist is certainly in the‘Red‘ as it is sure to delight ones ears and feed ones soul warming the hearts of many young and old.

Aside from his own label and albums Isadar is also an archivist at a major record label for over seventeen years, is a voting member of the Recording Academy and is also a BMI composer residing in New York City.

To purchase the CD Red it is available at amazon.com, CD Baby and iTunes. For more information on Isadar please visit www.isadar.com, Facebook and Twitter @Isadar.

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