Sapieyevski combines his expressive piano virtuosity with the harmony of colors and rhythms.   His music unites elements of jazz and classical styles in a radiant creation for a profoundly new kind of performance. It finds its inspiration in the American spirit of George Gershwin, innovation of Philip Glass and the spontaneity of improvisations by Keith Jarrett and Dave Brubeck.   The American Songbook has many emotional, social, and historical connotations.   Although music is universal, each person brings a different context to the listening experience.

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"A Tribute to GLENN FREY"   (Eagles - Desperado)
- LIVE! with David Keplinger, vocals

PRERNA! - "After You've Gone"

Sapieyevski - Piano Solo

"Prelude in Blue"     "Are You Blue?"

"Bebop Etude"    "Are You Blue 2?"

"Your Smile"     "Blue Beethoven"

"Sound Sculptures"     "America in Blue" arr.

Sapieyevski's classical concert works:

"Painted Music" for orchestra

"Mazurka" for String Quartet

"Aesop Suite" for Brass Quintet with Patrick Hayes

"Morpheus" for Wind Ensemble

"Songs of the Rose"

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"Desperado"- composed by Glenn Frey, "After You've Gone" by Turner Layton, "Smile" by Turner, Parsons, Chaplin