Lola Perrin

Lola Perrin is a London-based American composer & pianist performing to festivals, jazz and classical audiences on mainland Europe and in UK.

Lola has played live on Radio 3, FabTV (Berlin) and at the First International Conference of Minimalist Music.

Tracks from 'Fragile Light' CD appear on UK TV broadcasts and European & USA radio playlists. She has a writing credit on a Brian Eno album.

Following a period of creating piano music from work by Edward Hopper, Ansel Adams, Rachel Whiteread, Carsten Hoeller and Nazarin Montag, Lola has acquired an option on Hanif Kureishi's short story “The Flies” which she is currently adapting for the stage.

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”Lola Perrin does not necessarily identify herself with Jazz. She has invented the fantastical term “Rave Music for Butterflies”…achieves the gentleness of her playing by the very fact that she holds herself back, doesn't want too much….” (Kreuzer Magazine, Germany)

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