Maya Lavelle is an international chart-topping artist, pianist, award-winning classical composer, singer-songwriter and producer.
She had 3 number 1 hits in the Netherlands iTunes charts, was featured on BBC radio and many prominent publications including Consequence of Sound, Clash Music, Uproxx and MTV.
The debut single she wrote as the closing credits song for an American movie:
Clash Music described her as a "Pop Icon in waiting": https://www.clashmusic.com/videos/dutch-pop-icon-in-waiting-maya-lavelle-shares-dancing-with-a-bottle
Recently she had notable appearances in Rockwood Music Hall in New York and at the Library Membership Club, Millbank Tower, GiGi's Club, legendary Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden and Water Rats in London.
She performed in many classical piano concerts and her compositions were performed in renowned concert halls including Concertgebouw, Muziekgebouw and Melkweg in Amsterdam. She was commissioned to write for well known contemporary orchestras and ensembles like Orkest De Ereprijs, Nieuw Ensemble, Leo Smit Ensemble and Loos Ensemble.
She was also a singer, orchestrator and répétiteur for “Les Miserables” at the Opera House Madlenianum in Belgrade, has coached and accompanied celebrities on piano and had composed for film, TV, theatre and popstars. She won an award for the 'Best Piece' for her contemporary composition at the Young Composers Meeting in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.
From her studio in Notting Hill in London, she will teach you and give you the best tips on how to advance your performance level, use your creativity to write songs and produce your own music.
With this free introductory lesson I would like to use the opportunity to get to know you as well as your goals with music, so that I can taylor-make the lessons especially for you.
Learn how to use your creativity to write your own songs, make arrangements on the piano and accompany yourself while singing.
Learn how to compose music to any moving images or produce arrangements for your own songs through Logic, Sibelius and Ableton.