With 10 albums, and dozens of original scores for film, dance, and media, Kevin Keller is best known for bringing classical and electronic elements together to create “brilliantly theatric cinematic soundtracks”.
Now in his third decade as a composer and recording artist, Keller has crafted a diverse discography that has made him a favorite on beloved syndicated radio programs Hearts of Space and Echoes, found his music featured on the popular TV show So You Think You Can Dance, and won him two ZMR Awards for “Best Neo-Classical Album”.
Growing up in Northern California, his gateway into music came when friends exposed him to the sounds of Krautrock legends Tangerine Dream, synthesizer pioneer Wendy Carlos’s Switched-On Brandenburgs, and the ambient soundscapes of Harold Budd and Brian Eno.
“La Strada”, Keller’s most recent album, featured live string orchestra and electronic beats, winning him a ZMR Award for “Best Neo-Classical Album”. “La Strada” was also the Echoes CD of the Month.