Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue


Artist: Bruno Bavota

Composer: Bruno Bavota

Format: 1 CD


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Bruno's work sits comfortably within the modern classical genre with the press likening him to artists such as Dustin O'Halloran, Nils Frahm, Ludovico Einaudi and Ólafur Arnalds. While Bavota's work exists easily alongside these talented musicians, his is an undeniably unique voice and beauty that makes Bruno’s work brilliantly his own.

Track List

  1. Out of the Blue 2:49

  2. Mountains 4:26

  3. Marea 3:33

  4. Heartbeat 4:32

  5. Mr. Rail 1:56

  6. Passengers 4:18

  7. Lovers 3:02

  8. Beyond the Clouds 3:15

  9. Warm Embrace 4:33

  10. Dusk in the East 4:20

  11. Horizon 3:26

  12. Breath 5:00

  13. Snow 4:42

Total time: 49:42
Release date: September 30, 2016
UPC: 053479220622

Quotes & Reviews

Thick and very consistent, the work of Bruno Bavota is remarkable for the ability to build soundscapes…

Traks Independent Music

Smart sequencing—solo piano pieces, guitar-led tracks, sometimes strings, sometimes not—keeps the listener’s attention and allows the album to flow. Bavota may imply that these songs came out of the blue, but his career certainly has not. Ever higher, ever deeper, ever more in love: this is a trajectory that soars as much into the blue as out. 

Richard Allen, A Closer Listen

Out of the Blue shows us an artist in top form…

Very beautiful, this new album by Bruno Bavota: a series of tracks full of emotion and love, performed in a stunning way and a valuable addition to his catalogue.

William Liénard, Peek-a-Boo

Musically sophisticated, but emotionally direct, Out of the Blue is a truly lovely and very human record. Let it give you a big hug.

Brian Housman, Headphone Commute

…his warmest and most expressive record yet with an outpouring of pure unguarded emotion that touches every note of every song.

Brian Houseman, Stationary Travels

Bruno Bavota conjures a world that we can only recreate in the privacy of our own living room: innocent, simple, peaceful. No grand arrangements or exploding orchestrations, but fragile and introspective compositions like a balm after a hectic day at the office or a traffic jam on a highway.
— Peek-a-boo Magazine

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