From: United States
Genre: Pop, Latin, R&B
Amadeus is an inspirational artist with a fascinating life story who breaks all the rules of conventionality. Born in Europe (Amadeus Laurel Schneider) is an American musician who emigrated from a communist country in his mead twenties after many years of political persecution, including prison. Coming out of the blue with a distinct operatic voice and combination of styles dominated by strong classical influence, this original singer-songwriter is restoring the value of art in music at the highest standards. Writing music most of his life, in his late forties he finally decides to follow his passion and dedicates him self to music. An original in all aspects, the artist displays effortless a genuine talent sharing generously trough music some events of his life. Understanding at an early age the emotional impact of music, he’s choosing masterfully the potential of each genre (music style) as a tool fit to provide the right musical stage for his stories. Enhancing the importance of each note in pleasing harmonies complexly orchestrated around the story lyrics, his music comes to life accomplishing flawlessly that emotional impact and above all a visual experience. In 2007 after the release of his first album “American Romance” Amadeus was presented with attractive deals by few respectable labels interested in his unique sound. Unfortunately in 2008 he is losing his wife to breast cancer affecting him to lose interest in pretty much everything including a promising musical career. In the following years he is kept from pursuing his music passion by other series of unfortunate events that tested his faith. Acknowledging that his music is timeless in September 2012 this “signature artist” confidently started to work on promoting the “American Romance” album. In appreciation of all people identifying with his music and struggles of promoting originality, Amadeus is determined more than ever to bring out a lot of music written over the years including classical music. According to him, quote: "Originality represents the foundation of cultures, a real source of inspiration and a symbol of independence"