Julian De La Chica presents his new album: Irreverence
A lover of New York City where he says he finally found his home, composer Julián De La Chica presented his new album: Irreverence.
His relationship with music began at a young eager age of 5, when he started playing a vintage piano as a gift from his grandfather. At 7 he performed his first recital and at 15 successfully toured across major cities of Europe. At 18, Mr. De La Chica decided to temporarily abandon his musical ambitions and submit himself into a monastery and devote his time to readings & teachings of asceticism.
He has been described as a genius, quirky, whimsical, irreverent … However with his minimal approach to music, he is believed to be possessed with the gift of music that captivates crowds across the world. He credits much of his influence to composer Philip Glass, among many other talents that have single handedly shaped his musical creativity. Composer, artist and writer are among his many talents and recently has added title producer to his long list of credits. He is currently producing the up & coming Costa Rican soprano: Ana Echandi, whose upcoming release of her album can be expected in the fall of 2013.