Beau Pluto quickly showcased his musical talent: one year after receiving his first lesson in music at the age of five, he won his first piano competition, embarking on a journey that would see him winning over 35 awards in national and international competitions over the course of just nine years. He studied at the Music Conservatoire of Munich and the Royal Academy of Music in London, and released his first studio album on 5th May 2017 at the young age of 21. Titled Liberation, it marks the beginning of a new era for classical music, an era that reinstates the performer as narrating artist who guides the captivated listener through music that is rightfully considered the true legacy of humanity.
His name is rooted in Ancient Greek mythology, where Ploutos was known as the god of wealth and the beyond. Now he has returned, to gift humanity with art, music, peace and kindness, the true wealth, from his never-ending cornucopia. Beau, the French adjective for beautiful, expresses the fact that true beauty comes from within, is universal and eternal.
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