Reuel’s rendition of “Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-Flat Minor,” one of the most beautiful piano pieces ever composed, is from the album Classical, released in 2018, an album of iconic themes from Classical literature. Reuel arranged and in some instances extensively reimagined the pieces for solo piano. Reuel, who lives in Las Vegas, regularly performs for performance arts centers and has performed his crossover piano show “Reuel Live” at Aria, Wynn, Fashion Show Mall, The Venetian, Caesar’s Palace, Four Seasons, and many other popular destinations on The Strip. Reuel also performs internationally with tours in South America, Asia, French Polynesia, and Canada. As to why he released the classical album, he relates

“Classical pays homage to my journey as a pianist and highlights a few of the most influential pieces during my younger years performing and competing in the classical world. In the shrinking market place of classical record releases, I see this album as an opportunity to keep longtime favorites like “Fur Elise” and “In The Hall of The Mountain King” alive through original and reimagined piano arrangements.”

Reuel is a pianist who gives every note he plays a unique resonance, and he can’t be pinned down by one genre. He has years of experience in the worlds of classical, pop, film scoring and electronic dance music, and defies convention with medley arrangements, original compositions and visually thrilling performances. Later this year, Reuel will release an album, his sixth, of all new originals titled Transformation September 20, 2019 on Lucky Hound Music.

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