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Oliver Poole – ‘Altitude’

Oliver Poole – ‘Altitude’

‘Altitude’ is composed and performed by Oliver Poole, who was awarded “the most talented young pianist in Europe” from age seven and, at fifteen, was dubbed “a master of the piano” by the BBC.

Recent engagements have included being the artist for the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s #Rach campaign, becoming a global ambassador for the World Be Free campaign, as well as opening the 22nd International Al Bustan Festival in Lebanon with three performances in February, a sold out concert at the Royal Albert Hall in May and headlining Ana u Gradu festival in Croatia in June.

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  • Claudia Fornes avatar


    November 11, 2011at11:40 pm


  • Juel Hilton

    November 12, 2011at12:05 am


  • Mark Mumford ARPS avatar

    Mark Mumford FRPS

    November 13, 2011at10:00 am

    I very much enjoyed your Altitude piece on the Cloud Appreciation web page.
    Have you heard any work by Marjan Mozetich a Canadian Composer, he is worth a listen.

  • Jordi Clavijo Redondo

    December 26, 2011at8:00 pm

    Transmite mucha paz. Me ha gustado mucho.


  • Bev Morton avatar


    August 5, 2013at2:34 pm

    I’m a new member of the Cloud Appreciation Society. This piano playing is exquisite; the blend of melancholia and a sense of hope to me is what cloud watching is all about and this music captures is perfectly.

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