11 Songs, 27 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

45 Ratings

45 Ratings



Emily Bear is my favorite pianist and she truly inspires me to continue playing the piano. Anyone who is at the age of nine and has the ability to compose this beautiful music should be very proud with themselves. I recommended buying this album to all ages and HOPE that she inspires you as well to play the piano.

Emily Bear is a great composer

Dana i am sad

Emily Bear has made me listen more to piano music and her compositions. She really insprires me to compose! <3
I stopped playing piano at about 7 years of a age, but ever since i hear Emily's music, I really enjoyed it. Now I can play some of Emily's compositions, like Rosario Sings, Tomorrow's Wishes, Giving, Journey to My Heart, Northern Lights, and Thanks.

Very good


Please let Emily and Rhema Marvanne do an album together. It would be the best album ever thank you.

About Emily Bear

A musical prodigy, Emily Bear is a pianist and composer who plays classical, jazz, and new age music. Born in Rockford, Illinois in 2001, Bear showed an aptitude for music at a young age, and by the time she was four years old she was already studying piano at the Music Institute of Chicago. Bear has won several awards for her piano playing, including the ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award and the Rockford Area Music Industry Award. She has also appeared several times on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In 2011 she appeared live at the Hollywood Bowl, as well as the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and the Festival Castell in Peralada, Spain, where she performed with bassist Esperanza Spalding. In 2013 Bear released her sixth album, the Quincy Jones-produced Diversity, on Concord Records. The jazz trio EP Into the Blue appeared in 2017. ~ Matt Collar

Rockford, IL



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