Michael Anderson, a young pianist and composer, is attracting the attention of audiences as well as veteran composers and performers. His unusual compositions, described as "brilliant and profound", are an eclectic blend of his classical, pop, and romantic style. This style is reflected in his three CDs entitled "88 Keys", "Dream", and the newly released, "Let There Be Light". "Let There Be Light" is featured in the Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation art exhibit, which is currently touring the United States and France.
Since the age of eleven, Michael has been a 4-time winner of the Florida division of the Music Teachers' National Association Composition Competition and the 2004 Southern District winner; the 2005, 2006, and 2007 winner of The Savarick Annual Music Composition Competition and the Orlando Philharmonic's Young Composer's Award.
Michael has received a Bachelors in Composition at Lynn Conservatory of Music, studying composition with Dr. Thomas McKinley and piano with Dr. Roberta Rust. He is currently pursuing a Masterís Degree at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts; studying composition with Kenneth Frazelle.
His love of music is evident. He combines his gift of creativity with an amazing passion that produces extraordinary music for the soul.