March 31 street date. "Néo-Romance" is the latest chapter of a stellar career. A trailblazer in the modern classical world, Alexandra Stréliski's minimalist, emotionally striking music has enthralled listeners the world over. Her debut album "Pianoscope" (2010), originally self-released with Stréliski's mother sending out mail-order copies from her basement, garnered increased momentum over time and built a dedicated fan base. Her music has been featured in "Dallas Buyers Club" (2013), "Demolition" (2016), and at the Academy Awards (2014). This led Stréliski to sign with Montreal-based label Secret City for her second album, 2018's "INSCAPE". The album was a stunning success, reaching Platinum status in Canada, with debut "Pianoscope" reaching Gold status simultaneously. "INSCAPE" has won multiple awards including Instrumental Album of the Year at the 2020 JUNO Awards and has over 300 million audio streams and 140k album sales to date. "Néo-Romance" is a wondrous collection of 14 songs, full of crystalline beauty and poignant, wistful melancholia; "some of the saddest music I've ever written", adds Stréliski. Some of the most stunningly beautiful, too.