ANDY MCLEROY is a composer and pianist based in Louisville, Kentucky. His music — described as “a lovely intermission” on NPR’s On Being blog — is intimate and pensive in style. Andy’s latest album, Invisible Cities, is available on all major digital streaming outlets. His work also includes Nocturnes, a collaborative solo piano album with composer/pianist Rachel Grimes; Line & Landscape, a solo cello suite premiered on NPR member station 90.5 WUOL; and Six Memories, a solo cello suite featured at 21c Museum’s Hear+Now new music series.

 


INVISIBLE CITIES for solo piano
Reflective, enigmatic solo piano pieces inspired by the novel “Invisible Cities” by Italo Calvino. Listen

 


GO QUIETLY for piano and cello
A call for reflection in a chaotic world, exploring a connection between music, poetry and the calm of night. Listen

 


LINE AND LANDSCAPE for solo cello
Contemplative solo cello works inspired by poetry and sumi-e style ink wash painting. Listen

 


NOCTURNES for solo piano
A suite of four pieces for solo piano evoking the calm and mystery of night. Listen