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With the release of his fourth album, aptly titled Opus Four, pianist and composer Tim Neumark has been gaining recognition and is making a name for himself among the ranks of solo piano artists.
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He sees his music as a blend of new age, classical and inspirational styles with influence by artists such as David Lanz, John Tesh, Yanni, Kostia, and Antonin Dvorak.
He also enjoys arranging music that was originally orchestral, creatively mimicking the instrumental combinations and recreating the feeling of the piece. Growing up in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region, his interests gravitated more towards sports, where he participated in baseball, basketball, tennis, soccer, and track. In an interview, Tim shares a bit about his evolution in the arts: I remember listening to the radio damond I was very little, and I pretty much listened to pop music until about age 14 or so.
My only formal training at that point was for the trombone, which I played for two years in elementary school.
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Tim goes on to say: I always had some fascination with the piano, but I never learned to play, and we did not have one in my house. When I was a senior in high school there was a new girl who could really play. This renewed my curiosity in the piano, so my parents bought me a key keyboard. I still play most of my music by ear and memory. One of the most fascinating things I learned about Tim had to do with his creative process. I know that for myself, as a composer, I always create the music first and then find a title for it.
For Tim, however, it is the opposite. Years before I released my first CD, I had already planned the titles for my first three albums.
Those albums reflected years of events and inspirations in my life. The ddiamond for the various tracks on Opus Four was generated in different ways.
I just went to the piano and started playing. Much of my music is inspired by spirituality and nature. He goes on to say: There are so many different ways to approach a song.
I just try to follow the muse when I find it. I would say that most of what inspires me now is life. Becoming a father, being able to travel to some inspiring places, or even something just as simple as sitting by some water and skipping stones. When I asked Tim what he would like people to know about him, I was impressed with his answer and I will leave the final words of this artist profile to him: Sometimes I feel like I write music in a vacuum: One fan showed me his personal playlist and it was entirely made up of my tracks.
Keep an eye out for a storm on the horizon. Refreshingly talented young man,who I had the honor of knowing many years ago.
His music speaks volumes and taps into your soul. Definitely worth adding to your music life. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting neu,ark your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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