‘Tesoro’ set for release on Friday 11th September 2020

I’m delighted to be releasing a new single this coming Friday – its called ‘Tesoro’ and will be available to stream and/or buy on all the usual digital platforms.

Listen to it on your favourite music service here https://smarturl.it/5sbule

Spotify users please do follow me to get a reminder that the track is out https://open.spotify.com/artist/6bXZK7BisCDBBGp7D0d54i?si=sp6i1QFNSGSYy_WkA5OacA

Here’s a little taster video so you can see if its your sort of thing!

Here’s the blurb from the press release for it.

Pianist and composer Steve Luck is delighted to announce the release of his latest single ‘Tesoro’ – due out on 11th September on all digital platforms. The track is an intimate, beautiful, and atmospheric piano miniature, recorded on a felted upright piano in August 2020. ‘Tesoro’ means treasure in Italian. This tender and soothing contemporary classical composition was inspired by images of a newborn baby. The piece will receive its live premiere the day after its release, on the evening of Saturday 12th September 2020, as part of the Great Northern Piano Session V concert at the Gosforth Civic Theatre. Perfect for the peaceful piano playlists, this piece looks set to charm and move listeners with its delicate simplicity.

Steve said “I was delighted with the recording of this very personal and intimate track. As a composition it has a simple structure, but I was very pleased with the atmosphere I captured on the recording – using the felt on my upright piano to bring to life the soft and delicate mood I was trying to create. I was put into this peaceful, and gentle frame of mind when at the keyboard by looking at images of my cousin and his partners brand new baby girl Ellie. I would definitely say that the track was inspired by her and has since been dedicated to her – it’s for Ellie Brown“

Out on Spotify , Apple Music and all good digital platforms on Friday 11th September 2020.

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