“A Letter from Mars” is the new album by Spanish pianist and composer David Gómez. The work is available on all digital streaming platforms.
Description of the work:
‘A Letter from Mars’ is the latest studio album composed by David Gómez. The 10 pieces invite us through his piano to enjoy and imagine an interstellar journey into the unknown. With a minimalist, experimental and contemporary sound, he places us in a multidimensional emotional scene. For a few moments, his music gives us the privilege of feeling weightless and ethereal, and as usual in him, of feeling deeply moved.
David Gómez is a renowned Majorcan pianist and composer born in Wattwil (Switzerland) in 1974. With more than 20 years of international artistic career, he stands out for the excellence of his music in its contemporary, classical, instrumental and cinematographic genre, and for his concerts as soloist around the world. He trained professionally in the Netherlands, perfecting his studies at the Rotterdam Conservatory on Piano, Tango for Piano and Orchestra Conducting. As a composer, he is a passionate storyteller with his piano, inspired by the most romantic love, life experiences and social justice. Between delicate melodies, ambient sounds and majestic silences, his music thrills, enamors and reaches with intensity the depths of souls and hearts. His record albums produced by the prestigious producer Joe Dworniak under his Riversfih Records label, reflect his artistic and professional evolution: The Island (2013), Pianographie (2017), Sous les étoiles (2019), and Lockdown on a piano Vol. I and II (2020) composed in Madrid in absolute solitude during confinement by COVID-19, recorded from his home with his mobile phone. In their different creative stages, each album is a journey to the infinity of his inner universe. As a musician he is a tireless seeker, demanding and lover of the smallest details. His last two works, produced by Joe Dworniak and soon available are: Spring in the Dark (2021), studio album recorded in Spain, England and Hungary, and A letter from Mars (2021) recorded at his home in Palma de Mallorca. Inseparable from the piano since he was a child, David gave his first concert at the age of 14 and since then touring has become his way of life.
1. A letter from Mars
2. A martian in New York
3. On any planet but here
4. Live in another life
7. The door to the stars
8. Thousands of pianos floating on the moon
9. Between Jupiter and Saturn
10. Welcome to Nüwa
All tracks composed by David Gómez
Arranged, Produced and Mixed by Joe Dworniak
Mastered by Poppy Weinberger for Riverfish Mastering
Piano: David Gómez
Cello: Álvaro Peregrina (‘Welcome to Nüwa’)
Violin: Carlota Coll (‘A martian in NY’, ‘Between Jupiter’)
Orchestra: Budapest Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Joan Martorell (‘Spacewoman’)
Recorded at Caja del Ruido Studio (Mallorca)
Art Work by Martín Acosta
Management by Fiorella Russo ([email protected])