Reuel’s training in classical piano, film composition and pop production has allowed for the development of performances that focus completely on a genre-merging musical experience. Attending fans have come to expect unique combinations of contrasting styles in every show that surpass musical boundaries and reflect the emerging “Modclass” movement.
Lately, Reuel has continually expanded his abilities with further training in new instruments, electronic production, and vocal instruction. This desire to push the boundaries of every performance is something that sets him apart from artists who only settle for one genre or musical skill set. From his solo piano concerts at Austin’s Four Seasons Hotel to large-scale electronic piano performances at Riverbend Centre, Reuel’s biggest wish is to inspire fans to accept any genre and always be open to new combinations of technology and music.
Reuel is most recognized as an experimental freestyle and virtuoso pianist who skillfully mixes styles and blurs boundaries across the musical world. Defined by his fans as a “musical nonconformist,” Reuel combines popular music styles with classical training and film composition abilities to create the innovative “Modclass” style. His compositions aim to synthesize audience appreciation for various musical styles while exploring new frontiers of musical expression.