GeNIA Music

Compositions and Improvisations

GéNIA is an esteemed composer of piano music and her compositions range from bespoke pieces for cinema and adverts to improvisations, many of which are based on the Piano-Yoga® technique. These improvisations are often used as an accompaniment to meditation and yoga.

GéNIA moved into the world of composition four years ago. Her Debut Album 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow' of solo piano compositions has recently been released to great acclaim. It has been broadcast on BBC Radio and Classic FM, is currently being played in all branches of Caffè Nero worldwide, as well as has been performed internationally including concert stages such as The Hurlingham Club London, Theatre de la Photographie et de L'Image Nice, La Note Bleue Monaco, The Burgh House and Kings Place London.

GéNIA was nominated a classical artist of Caffè Nero and in 2015 in collaboration with them launched a series of classical concerts at Heathrow Airport, which were featured in The Times. She is currently represented by Faber Music Sync in London.




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GéNIA: 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow' - Limited Edition EP


GéNIA: 'Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow Vol.2' 


"Dreams of Today, Thoughts of Tomorrow" was inspired by the idea of people thinking about their lives, whether past, present or future, while having a cup of coffee. Composed mainly in Paris, where GéNIA took sabbatical in 2013, it is influenced by Parisian culture and the lifestyle.

This Limited Edition EP features 5 compositions from the forthcoming album.



GéNIA: 'Babylon' 


Composed mainly in London, GéNIA's sophomore EP contains 6 pieces inspired by coffee culture. These compositions have been performed at various concert halls in London and other European cultural hotspots.



GéNIA chose the name 'Babylon' for her album as a reference to the historical period during which the glowing Babylon region progressed to the most advanced level, developing culture, art, science, architecture, commerce and other disciplines only to be destroyed by it's own residents. Known for its famous wonders of the Hanging Gardens, the highest centre of learning and scientific advancement, beautiful development of arts and one of the most successful commercial centres, Babylon had fame and fortune for many years. However, citizens of the regions were never satisfied and wanted autonomy to gain more control over their part of the land, and, finally, through continuous wars they managed to demolish this highly developed civilisation and prevent the advancement in the fields of arts and science.




By drawing the attention to the past, GéNIA hopes, that her audience will become more aware of the processes through which our society is going through today and be able to recognise these similar patterns in order to prevent the decline of the current highly adavnced cultural, scientific and economic state which we achieved today and deserve to celebrate and harness.