John Kraemer is a 24-year-old pianist and composer residing in San Antonio, Texas. He has released four solo piano albums: Weeping Joy (2016), Radiance (2014), This Little Child (2012), and When The Evening Fades (2010). He has sold his music internationally on platforms like Amazon and iTunes. Fans also hear his music on live streaming websites, including Spotify and Pandora (where he averages more than 20,000+ weekly listeners). Listeners have described his music as enchanting, harmonious, soothing, beautiful, magical, peaceful, and contemplative.
In addition to producing solo piano albums, John has created and played music of various styles. In the summer of 2011, he had the privilege of hearing the Minnesota Sinfonia orchestra play his orchestral composition, Jubilation Overture. In 2014, he earned a collegiate Composition Certificate through Valley City State University. He has written modern church hymns/songs which have been played in local congregations, piano covers/mash-ups of musicals, contemporary popular music, and film scores. Performing his music in concerts and accompanying weddings and vocalists for recitals are also specialties.
While composing and performing music describes some of John's talents and skills, other activities inspire his interest. John takes delight in physical activity (running, volleyball, baseball/softball, tennis, soccer, ultimate frisbee) and public speaking. He also enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading a good book, and traveling. In 2012, he finished his Bachelors degree in Communications. A Certified Academic Life Coach, he is currently wrapping up his Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.
As a "Renaissance Man," John’s many futuristic aspirations include becoming a professional music composer and educator, life coach, sports coach, motivational speaker, author, husband, and father. He is currently engaged to his beautiful fiancée, Elizabeth. John's music and personal faith are closely linked together. A devout Christian, he believes that music should be composed and performed for the glory of God through Christ Jesus by reflecting God’s majesty, creativity, and beauty.