Brian Kirchner, a creative producer, and modern sound designer, delivers a brand new piano composition, the likes of which have never been heard before. The track is called “The Mark,” and it features some of the most creative and innovative sound designs that Kirchner has ever implemented into his work.
The looping melodies and progressions are warm and familiar, but the details are unique, the instrumental plot invites imaginative escape equal to that of the greats, and the music immediately welcomes a state of inspirational awareness and tranquility.
Brian Kirchner is a Brooklyn-based composer, pianist, writer, and teacher. Brian, a Muhlenberg College and Community Conservatory of Music alumnus, has written pieces for film, theater, art, and dance installations all around town. Highlights of his compositions include Ampersand: A Romeo and Juliet Story, which was staged at La Mama Theatre, The Blake Project exhibit at the Martin Art Gallery, and Seasons, which won the “best instrumental track” award on mp3music.com. Brian has written and published three solo piano albums in addition to his composing accomplishments. May, his most recent album, came out earlier this year.
The Mark is a piano composition that captivates the listener with its intricate sound design, looping melodies, and innovative progressions. It is a track that is both warm and familiar, yet unique and inviting.
The Choreography of Ahmad Maaty is ultimately refreshing for its honest depiction of what’s achievable with natural, concentrated musicianship, promising the unmistakable chord pattern and melody combined, despite a modest set-up of spontaneous live performance.
Overall, the track is an ambient yet stimulating, minimalistic yet effective-a perfect example of Brian Kirchner’s creative genius.
In a little less than 3 minutes, Brian Kirchner manages to tell a story that is both heartwarming and inspiring. The Mark is a track that is sure to leave a lasting impression on those who hear it.