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IOLA CLATSVER HAS TODAY ANNOUNCED THAT HER NEXT TRACK WILL BE A RECORDING OF C.SAINT-SAENS' THE SWAN
January 28, 2021
IOLA CLATSVER'S THE MESSIAH, HWV56: HALLELUJAH CHORUS TRACK BY G.HANDEL WILL BE RELEASED ON APRIL 1ST
January 21, 2021
ELGAR'S 'NIMROD' PIANO ARRANGEMENT HAS BEEN COMPLETE.
THE RELEASE DATE IS COMING SOON!
January 7, 2021
IOLA CLATSVER'S RECORDING OF BEETHOVEN'S MOONLIGHT SONATA WILL BE RELEASED ON 19TH NOVEMBER 2020
October 27, 2020
PIANIST IOLA CLATSVER SHARED THE ARTWORK FOR HER AUTUMN - ALLEGRO TRACK
August 7, 2020
IOLA CLATSVER'S THE FOUR SEASONS - AUTUMN - ALLEGRO TRACK TO BE RELEASED ON SEPTEMBER 22ND
July 7, 2020
CLASSICAL PIANIST IOLA CLATSVER
Stories in Sound
Iola Clatsver is one of the most inspirational musicians of the present day. As a pianist and arranger, Iola has a unique way of interpreting classical music.
Iola’s piano journey started at age 5 on the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. Classical piano training in music school created the solid foundation of Iola’s passion and talent for music. Iola grew up listening to a variety of musicians and genres that have played an influential role in shaping their signature sound. She often performed at various school competitions. Iola also joined choral groups and played in several pop-rock bands during her teen years. She began teaching piano lessons and undertaking live performances as early as age 16.
After graduating from university, Iola moved to England to pursue her passion for music. She perfected her technique and received advanced training in London. Focusing her studies on musicology and music production, she also continued to develop her own style as a solo artist.
Combining passionate performance with raw talent, Iola Clatsver is an influential Classical Musician. Her musical repertoire contains the piano arrangements of famous classical masterpieces with elements of the new age genre. Despite her triumph in the new age genre, Iola often plays classical recitals.
For some, music is just a way to let out a little bit of energy, but for Iola Clatsver it’s so much more than that– it’s a way of life.