Dec. 27, 2012
-- Ukrainian composer Sergey Rybytskyy’s second album is impressing listeners. “In Labyrinths of the Soul”, is the follow up to “New Vista”. Rybytskyy blends elements of neo classical rock, metal, and progressive rock into the BMI Composers original production.
The instrumental album draws on the influences of Marty Friedman, Tony Macalpine, and Alice Cooper. Mid Tennessee Music states, “The album is a piece of work, from beginning to end, that doesn’t cease to impress”. Hands Off Promotions remarked that “when you first listen to it, be prepared to set aside 45 minutes to listen to the album in full.” The album has already been picked up for licensing in film and TV.
Sergey Rybytskyy is an accomplished modern day composer. Alongside an unparalleled passion for creating music, he has attended courses from Dnepropetrovsk Music College and has studied under talented musician and piano virtuoso Vladimir Skuratovsky to perfect his craft. The primary goal of his music is to create an emotional experience for the listener that is original, lively, and refined.
With this goal and the musical knowledge necessary, Rybytskyy is able to create an atmosphere that the listener can escape into it. Multiple reviewers of Rybytskyy’s work have remarked of this characteristic in both of Rybytskyy’s releases. It has been said that the album has the ability to be very technical and also very pleasing to listen to.
In addition to placement in TV and film, Rybytskyy’s work can be heard on several internet radio stations. Rybytskyy has received glowing reviews from a number of music critics as well. He has already been accumulating material for a third release in the near future. Future recordings of his will include progressive rock versions of some of Beethoven’s and Bach’s compositions as he continues to build his catalog of unique work.
For more information, promo requests, or to set up an interview, please contact Sergey Rybytskyy at email@example.com
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