Virtuoso melange of classical, poppy, jazzy and dance elements
In virtuoso fashion, Matteo Myderwyk combines the length, melody and harmony of pop music, the improvisation of jazz and the repetition of dance, and then calmly performs this with the technique of a classically trained pianist. When he was 14, he purchased a keyboard at Aldi, two years later he was attending a conservatoire, and following the success of his debut album To Move, this year he released Verses. When playing live, he always adapts his show to the venue and his audience, like a DJ mixing a set. We are very curious what kind of influence the Grote Kerk will have on him!