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Alexandra Streliski


Secret City Records

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Alexandra Streliski - Changing Winds
Alexandra Streliski - Plus tot (Official Video)
Alexandra Streliski | Revient Le Jour | First Play Live
Burnout Fugue & Overturn | Live @ Stingray PausePlay
Overturn (Official Video)
Sheet Music Review: Inscape - Alexandra Streliski
CTV - Your Morning
1 Plus tot
2 The Quiet Voice
3 Par la fenetre de Theo
4 Ellipse
5 Changing Winds
6 Interlude
7 Blind Vision
8 Burnout Fugue
9 Overturn
10 Revient le jour
11 Le Nouveau Depart
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Eight years after her first self-released, critically-acclaimed Pianoscope ; an album imbued with both melancholy and light (The Telegraph UK), Alexandra Stréliski is thrilled to be unveiling her raw and sincere sophomore album titled INSCAPE, set to be released on October 5th via Secret City Records. 

Recorded in the Fall of 2017 at Studio PM in Montreal, INSCAPE is the work of an artist unconcerned with conventions, whose approach of neoclassicism is resolutely current. Produced by Alexandra Stréliski herself and Maxime Navert (who also co-produced Pianoscope), the attempt was to fill a certain emotional emptiness, a creative urge that commits to taking the listener back to a form of lost sincerity. "A piano, on its own, is a very vulnerable thing, and I want to share this moment with the listener," explains Alexandra. 

Stréliski has been in the spotlight this Summer following an incredible artistic collaboration with Jean-Marc Vallée for his latest HBO miniseries Sharp Objects, starring Amy Adams. Alexandra was included in the process of using her music and tailored pieces were requested from the pianist. In the end, Alexandra's pieces from both her previous album Pianoscope and her new release INSCAPE are heard multiple times in six of the eight episodes, including the crucial scene of the finale, which aired last August 26th. Alexandra also wrote the theme for the third episode and recorded a Bach Concerto for Sharp Objects which was released last July.  Since then, her single Plus tôt is now over 2 million streams online.

One of the rare women in the neoclassical world, Alexandra Stréliski creates music that enthralls listeners, filling their minds with rich, cinematic images. An artist of Polish Jewish origin who grew up between Paris and Montreal, she made her debut with the 2010 album Pianoscope. The aforementioned support of Jean-Marc Vallée, which allowed Stréliski's music to be heard during the Oscars ceremony in 2014, brought her streaming numbers up to nearly 15 million and saw her play sold-out concerts at the Montreal International Jazz Festival in recent years. The Telegraph (UK) praised her debut album as "distinguishable by its simplicity, its sensitivity and softness".

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