American Pianist / Composer
8th March 1990
Kyle Landry features here in four
A few hand picked images
from across the web.
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Just a handful of reviews
on Kyle's playing and compositions.
“If you turn on the radio these days, it's the same garbage. Rap is dead, R&B is dead, and hip-hop has devolved into nothing but terrible rapping punchlined by even worse hook. And good luck finding anything decent-sounding that hasn't been raped by auto-tune.
Enter Kyle Landry. The man has more passion and soul in his fingertips than any current artists has in his or her entire body. He's a fantastic composer and backs it up with some of the most impressive playing you'll find anywhere. Each song on this album has a feeling, a mood. And Kyle has the ability to put you in that mood and make you feel the music.”
Amazon, December 31, 2010
“Kyle Landry is, in my opinion, the best piano player of today's generation. His music is lively, emotional, powerful, creative, and just awesome. Sappy Sunday and Midnight music are probably my favorite songs from this CD. However, his 2010 and 2011 improvisations of Dearly Beloved are my absolute favorites! Go to YouTube and you'll see/hear what I mean.”
Amazon, January 13, 2012
Four video interviews showcasing the person behind the performances
Here are 4 selected discs from
Kyle's recording output.
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VIDEOGAMES AND PIANO INTERVIEW WITH KYLE LANDRY
"The uprising of the Internet and digital distribuition created some - welcome - headaches to the 'old' music industry. With sharing services like Youtube, Soundcloud, Loudr and, recently, Twitch, many musicians and composers could count on new opportunities to grow and cultivate their passion, aiming to the dream of making a living through music..."
Problems with sight-reading, and improvement on the instrument:
"You sound quite similar to many of my previous, and current students. I'm not sure what it is, but I've noticed that the vast majority of piano players in the 21st century have a hard time reading music..."