Welcome to the website of internationally acclaimed solo piano artist Mark Pinkus. Through “beautiful little stories without words”, Mark's music is a reflection of his love for nature, love and relationships, moods, travel and his quest for peace and tranquillity.

About Mark Pinkus

An early beginning

Mark was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He began composing solo piano music the moment he sat down at the piano at the age of 7. His first piece was called "The Cat and the Rain". Mark's music plays around the world on new age radio stations, online internet programs, and satellite programs.


Latest release and upcoming events

Previous events

Yoga Mela International Yoga & Sacred Music Festival

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Yoga Mela is an initiative to rejoice in the spirit of yoga, sacred music & divine wisdom – full of inspiration, meaningful togetherness and a thriving learning towards a new humanity.

Yoga Mela is a vibrant gathering to celebrate the beauty, love, and sacredness of life. The festival is part of a non-commercial yoga movement, promoting the transformative essence of Yoga as a way of life.

It is a 100% non-commercial and volunteer-based event, and everybody is heartily invited to co-create it together with us – by spreading the word in your community, and by taking actively part in the beautiful caring and sharing festival atmosphere. Let us create once again a profound collective energy field of peace, love and innocent joy.

- A letter from Australia: Hi this morning I heard your music for the first time on ABC classic FM. It was amazing, I have always loved piano music, as a child Richard Clayderman, but I haven't heard any piano music so beautiful in a very long time. The song was "Shadows". It caught my attention so much that I just couldn't let the song pass out of my mind and had to search on the internet to find out more. Now I have asked my husband to buy me all your albums for my birthday this month. Thank you ”
- At the 2023 Grammy Awards White Sun won Best New Age Album for her album Mystic Mirror. She wrote me the following: "And of course we love your work. Slowly the Day Goes By is particularly beautiful especially your piece Après L'amour-wow." thanks ever so much White Sun for your lovely comment. And huge congratulations to you and all the group for your second Grammy Award.”