29 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

11 Ratings

11 Ratings


Felix Snow

Inspirational and musically poetic. Transform to a brighter more colorful place with this transcendent compilation of remarkable compositions. It's what I listen to when I need to think deeply, or just let my thoughts go.

Heart and soul


Mr Moccio, shows his heart and soul on every piece of music he plays, he takes his time to feel every note, and nowadays that is something hard to get. thanks for the music Stephan.



One of the best pianist I've ever heard. This man is genius.

About Stephan Moccio

Though he is a solo performer in his own right, having released his debut album in 2006, Canadian composer/pianist Stephan Moccio initially established himself as a go-to songwriter for the stars, particularly after "A New Day Has Come," a song he co-wrote for Celine Dion, became a cross-Atlantic smash hit in 2002. The Toronto pianist began playing at age four and went on to study composition and piano performance at the University of Western Ontario. Offered a scholarship to study further at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he instead chose to pursue his professional career and signed a publishing contract with Sony/ATV Music Publishing at age 22. He ended up composing music for Canadian television shows and a few movies, among other activities. Overall, he spent eight years at Sony/ATV, where he honed his skills as a songwriter, producer, and arranger before leaving the publishing company to start his own, Sing Little Penguin, in 2003 after the blockbuster success of Celine Dion's "A New Day Has Come" (2002). Co-written by Moccio and Aldo Nova, the song became a number two smash in Canada and a Top Ten hit in the United Kingdom. Around this same time, Moccio was credited with writing "What You Never Know," a Sarah Brightman single taken from her Billboard classical crossover chart-topping album Harem (2003). Other notable songwriting credits include, among many others, Randy Bachman's "Our Leaves Are Green Again" (2004), Joshua Payne's "Art of the Heart" (2004), Olivia Newton-John's "Instrument of Peace" (2006), Marc Jordan's "Tears of Hercules" (2006), and Josh Groban's "My Heart Was Home Again" (2007). In 2006 Moccio released his full-length album debut, Exposure, a collection of 22 solo piano originals released by the Universal Music Group subsidiary Bijou Records. ~ Jason Birchmeier



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