A kind creative soul whose major concern is composing and performing hauntingly beautiful melodies that touch listeners’ hearts and souls and transport them to new worlds, London-based dynamic performer and composer Javier Rodriguez pours every inch of himself into his music composition to ensure that he gets at the heart of each and every song. For him, it is not just music but communicating some deep, intimate, and soul-stirring feelings with the listener to enable them to find their own emotions within his compositions and ultimately touch them in ways that nothing else can. His career has been a flourishing one; he has performed in venues others can only dream of and collaborated with global icons in classical music.
He returns with an ancient Greek-inspired masterpiece titled “Morpheus, pt.1”- a soul-grabbing piece of art that showcases his compositional dexterity as much as his piano virtuosity.
Tell you what? This man can play the piano. He thoughtfully hits it with such punctilious professionalism, and the gentle wails of the piano exuded delightful melodies all around. The tones are healing, relaxing, and relieve a listener of so much stress, allowing them that tranquility that only music like this affords.
To accompany this audial masterpiece is the visually striking video featuring actress Juliana Blanco, an ideal complement to this tune both in apologue and storyline.
Music like “Morpheus, pt.1” is less heard and more felt. The kind that captivates way beyond the five senses and really amplifies peaceful moments to aid in those late-night meditations.
If you are having trouble finding peace, I’d happily suggest this authentic jam right here—it will work miracles on you. This song also marks another significant milestone in Javier’s trailblazing career. It was a collaborative tour de force with film director Marc Hamill.
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For more information regarding Rodriguez, check out his website www.javierrodriguez.org