Alexandra Stréliski is one of the very few women in the field of neoclassicism dominated by mostly male artists. She began as a studied concert pianist, loved and played Satie and Chopin, but then increasingly freed herself from the classical background and went her own way, towards her own compositions and new musical worlds.
In 2010 Alexandra Stréliski will release her debut album "Pianoscope" on her own. The famous director Jean Marc-Vallée discovers her work and presents parts of it in his acclaimed and award-winning films "Dallas Buyers Club" and "Demolition" as well as in the HBO series "Big Little Lies", her music is played at the Oscar ceremony in 2014 and in October 2018 her current album "Inscape" is released, the title of the album describes very well what the creative process of this artist is all about, it is formed from the words "Interior" and "Landscape". Her music is inwardly directed, but emotional, moving and expansive, filled with melancholy, but also with positive moods.