PIANIST/COMPOSER


BIOGRAPHY

Ian Mulder
Ian Mulder was born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He studied piano and composition at the Rotterdam and Utrecht Conservatories. Since graduating in 1992, Ian Mulder composes music for his solo albums and concerts on a daily basis. His CDs, recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, can be heard on Classic FM in the Netherlands, Great Britain and South Africa.
In 2007, Ian Mulder decided to focus exclusively on large concerts where he would perform on the piano and conduct the orchestra simultaneously. Ian Mulder and his Orchestra appeared over 400 times on US PBS Television.
His inspirational CD series Love Divine, recorded at Abbey Road Studios and AIR Studios in London, are bestsellers in over 20 countries and have achieved gold and platinum status.
Ian Mulder’s musical instrument inventory includes the largest and most exclusive concert grand piano in the world; a hand-built Italian Fazioli 308.

Highlights

Graduated Conservatory in 1992
Compositions published: 1093
CD’s recorded since 1992: 210
Record Company: Miller Music USA / Universal
Dove Award Nomination: 1
International Award: 1
Musical Style: inspirational, romantic, new-classical, film music

Solo Piano Albums with Orchestra

Ocean of Dreams 2 (London)
Love Divine 5 (feat. LIBERA, London)
Love Divine 4 (London)
Love Divine 3 (London)
Love Divine 2 (London)
Christmas (feat. Andrea Bocelli, London)
Love Divine (London)
Sounds of Silence 3-CD set
The Piano Dreamer (London)
Ian Mulder's favourite Hymns
Ocean of Dreams (Moscow)
Ian Mulder in Concert CD (USA)
Ian Mulder in Concert DVD (USA)
Coming to America (Amsterdam, London & Moscow)
Grandezza (London)
Ecossaise (London)
Ecossaise 2 (London)
Ecossaise Christmas (London)
The Best of Ecossaise (London)

The Beethoven Foundation (USA)

Ian Mulder created a non-profit foundation for the purpose of generating funds through concerts and supporters in the community. Funds raised by these concerts will be used to reward scholarships for uniquely talented musical young people who otherwise would not be able to follow their dreams to become successful musicians. Your gift is very welcome and tax deductable.
Please visit: www.BeethovenFoundation.com