Julia Thomsen, ‘Wonderness’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Julia Thomsen is full of sanguinity, and her latest composition, ‘Wonderness,’ is an excellent illustration of how far she’s come in the last several years.

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With each new release, the composer, raised in Scotland, improves, and she reaches a higher level here while still stripping back her composition. The core emphasis of this track is a piano configuration. Even though there aren’t many other elements supporting it, it still stands out with bold character and viscerally expresses itself.

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Julia Thomsen, ‘Winter Love’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Julia Thomsen has ‘Winter Love,’ and she’s sharing it with her latest classic festive composition. The single comes after ‘Winter Rejoice’. While they both tread a similar journey to utopia, they bring something fresh to the forefront of holiday music.

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A slew of sounds appear in ‘Winter Love,’ keeping us on our toes while Julia serenades us with her lovely classical arrangement. She allows us to escape the madness of the pre-Christmas season and transports us to a place where we truly belong: a peaceful realm awash in wonder.

Photo Credit: Julia Thomsen.

Montefalcone, ‘Duvet’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With his new release, ‘Duvet’, Montefalcone is sending a shockwave through the classical space.

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The Switzerland composer and music maker seizes us with this allure and slowly transports us to quiet pleasures. His music harkens back to former decades, and it’s simple to reminisce about happier periods in one’s life when listening to it. The music is dynamic, and the heartfelt emotion oozing from it tugs at the heartstrings.

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Anesthis, ‘Prayer’

Words By Joey Rochert.

‘Prayer,’ by Anesthis, is the oeuvre that sticks out from the start with its unique appeal. Anesthis, who has been honing his craft for many years, rises to the occasion with energy here, showcasing his innate aptitude for putting together a magnificent piece.


The winding path-filled composition leads us on an exciting voyage with a soundscape that keeps us clutching like a biker’s mitt. It’s impossible not to be at ease when listening to the piano’s arrangement. Also, Anesthis’ ability to control the structure and be versatile too is impressive.

You can take a listen to ‘Prayer’ by Anesthis on Spotify below.

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Julia Thomsen And Tre, ‘Barcelona Summer’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Julia Thomsen and Tre’s latest release, ‘Barcelona Summer,’ is relishing the summer air. The song is the duo’s first collaboration, and it gives us a glimpse into their mindset.

It’s lovely, with a serene, timeless design. The peaceful vibe of the birds in the opener is also enough to relax our stressed modern heads. In addition, as the music progresses, a piano arrangement grips the ears to every note, transforming it into a gorgeous masterpiece.

Julia Thomsen

Julia Thomsen has a wealth of classical jewels under her belt, and she rarely collaborates with others. It does, however, pay off handsomely, giving her a new edge and allowing her to stand out even more in the competitive classical space. Tre also has a heavenly aspect that adds a lot of flavour to Julia’s music, and both composers sparkle with multicolour throughout the performance.

The piece is titled ‘Barcelona Summer,’ and it appears to be a reflection of the beautiful nature that surrounds the Spanish metropolis, as well as the summer vistas that surround us all. It’s a brilliant road that leads us away from our chair and into a lovely refuge.

It’s also likely to start many collaborations between the two composers, who evidently enjoyed working together on this piece. It’s a refreshing experience to hear two creative composers collaborate, and they don’t hold back in letting their personalities shine through as the work progresses.

Photo Credit: Julia Thomsen.

Julia Thomsen, ‘Paradise’

Words By Max Jordan.

Julia Thomsen is a composer who improves with every new composition. First, we had her ‘Sea Energise’ collection, and now we have the beautiful ‘Paradise’.

Similar to the title, the flow leads us to paradise with a serene soundscape that is peaceful and memorable. Also, we hear another string to Julia’s bow with a heavenly violin lead inviting with harmonically-rich texture. Like her previous releases, Julia soothes with her piano arrangement piercing the heartstrings with deep emotion.

You can take a listen to ‘Paradise’ by Julia Thomsen below.

Julia Thomsen Glistens With New Christmas Track

Words By Max Jordan.

Julia Thomsen brings the festive feel good with her new release, ‘New Beginnings’. It is a track which takes influence from some of the most fantastic scores in Christmas history but yet it still charms with unique conviction.

Becoming a household name in the game, Julia smashes it here with her piercing the heartstrings from the get-go. Furthermore, the sounds leap out with a warm tone, and her approach to classical composing is refreshing.

So, is this the 2020 Christmas soundtrack we have all been craving? Absolutely and it is perfect for the wintery evenings sat beside the fireplace.

‘New Beginnings’ is out on the 4th December and all proceeds are going to the Shelter charity.

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Julia Thomsen Releases ‘Beauty Inside And Out’

Words By Ava Jordan.

Neo-classical is a genre which I am not hugely familiar. However, I know a potent composition when I hear one, and the new release ‘Beauty Inside And Out’ by Julia Thomsen is mesmerising.

Kicking off with a piano melody, Julia instantly gets us reaching for the tissues with its sincere emotion. The piece grows as it advances with a medley of new tones popping to the forefront with a synthesiser hook captivating as it reaches for the culmination.

‘Beauty Inside And Out’ provides plenty of gravitas, and its solemn vibe paradoxically gets the feel-good emotions soaring. Also, the empowering build-up is awe-inspiring. You can take a listen to ‘Beauty Inside And Out’ by Julia Thomsen below.