Louis Landon is  a Steinway Artist, formerly of New York and currently of Sedona, who has dedicated his life to music. His passion is for peace. His career has taken him around the world playing a variety of styles with some of the most recognized names in the entertainment industry: classical music for Mikhail Baryshnikov on national and international tours, Latin music with “Pucho and his Latin Soul Brothers” on national and international tours, pop music with Rupert “Pina Colada Song” Holmes on television and national tours, rock & roll with John Hall, opening for “Little Feat” on national tours. For the past 30 years, through his production company, Landon Music, he has written and produced music for film, video, and commercials, including three years of “best plays” and “bloopers” commercials for the National Basketball Association.

Not long ago, Landon realized that his music – the solo piano compositions that bring him so much joy and peace, could surely bring joy, and particularly peace, to millions around the world. Louis Landon is currently working with three missions:

  1. To create a more compassionate world by writing, recording and performing, music that promotes love, peace, joy and gratitude.
  2. To inspire people to live joyously and passionately.
  3. To awaken and to assist people in healing themselves through music and mentoring.

He has released 32 albums on the LCI record label, 25 of which are solo piano projects. He is releasing a new album on August 5, 2019 called Solo Piano Space Traveler.

His music is also available as solo piano sheet music. He has published 8 solo piano sheet music books in hard copy and as e-book pdfs. He also sell indivual solo piano sheets. You can purchase the sheet music at Louis Landon’s official website here.

4 responses to “Biography

  1. Bru

    Love the blog. Keep it up. It works.

  2. mylibrarycardworeout


    I am really glad that you accompany the choir at my school and it is really an honor to be working with you. When I first met you I thought that you were just a piano player that they brought in for the choir. But when I found out that you were actually well known in the music world, it was really exciting coming to choir. I also want to say how well you play. When you first came to my school I knew that you were really good because you could look at a piece of music and get every (or almost every) note on the page correct. You can also improvise on the spot. You are an exceptional person and it is an honor to know and work (in a sense) with you.


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