Caleb Fawcett is a pianist and composer, currently based in Denmark.

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15th Sept 2021 

Well it seems my monthly newsletter is as irregular as ever. No matter. This is what's going on.

I am very happy to say that my latest album of piano music for ballet class is finally available!


Extensive re-mastering, delays in distribution and a long illness have all meant that this spring release has become a late summer release (ok, early autumn), but I am very pleased to announce it at last.

A big thanks to the dancers who contributed photos for the front cover. (See album page for details)

Ballet Everywhere can now be purchased here. It should also be available on the usual online stores and streaming services within a week or two.




I have now begun work on an album of piano meditations - due to be out before Christmas (no, really)

And my alter ego, Myshkin has been asked to compose some music for a podcast commissioned by PMAC (The Prince Mahidol Award Conference), one of the world’s largest health conferences. (https://pmac2022.com/). The podcast is being produced by the Swedish Institute For Global Health Transformation (https://sight.nu/) and FosterMedia (www.fostermedia.se)

The podcast will be discussing actions needed create a healthier, fairer, greener society. Youth Leaders from around the world will be interviewed and asked what they expect from the upcoming COP 26 meeting, as well as other climate and health related issues.

I will post a link when it is aired next month. I am very much looking forward to listen to it!

Until next time..


24th Feb 20201 

So another month has gone by in a flash. We enjoyed a brief period with some snow, but now it seems spring is soon on it's way.

In the absence of any live gigs, I have been busy practicing the piano and working on some new tunes. I came across a lovely website called pianobook, a community where composers and musicians can upload their own sampled instruments (mostly pianos). Set up by Christian Henson of Spitfire Audio, it's a treasure trove of interesting instruments. It has encouraged me to look into sampling my own 'characterful' upright piano, as well as providing the sound of a 'winter felt piano' for this 'winter love song'

I have also been making some short films of the surrounding countryside - to be accompanied by some more piano meditations. Look out for upcoming videos on YouTube.

I will shortly begin work preparing the release of the album of ballet class music I recorded last year for Ballet Nacional del Sodre.

Hoping for a swift end of lockdown. All the best until next time.

18th Jan 20201 

Hello to one and all

As you can see, this edition of my 'monthly' newsletter is somewhat overdue. A combination of life circumstances, an overactive sense of self criticism and a tendency to enjoy sitting quietly with a nice cup of tea, rather than 'getting on with things', has meant that much of my working from home has proceeded rather slowly. It has seemed especially difficult for me to self motivate during these peculiar times of lockdown under Covid 19. But never mind. A new year brings new hope and enthusiasm for new creations.

However I did release my album of piano lullabies. To very little fanfare, it's true, and sadly no release party, but I am happy with the result. You can listen to it here

I was forced to move again last autumn, (the 10th time in 10 years - I'm sure there must be blog posts somewhere about the increasingly difficult housing situation in Copenhagen). This, and a lack of accompanist work (and other musical projects and gigs) in Copenhagen and in Malmö, prompted me to find a little place out in the countryside. Close to the sea and forest, it feels quite inspiring to be out in nature and, coupled with the love from a wonderful woman, this will hopefully encourage me to finish a number of creative projects. More of which, below.

I do miss playing for ballet and other dance classes, especially for the fantastic contemporary dance company Skånes Dansteater, based in Malmö in Sweden, just over the bridge from Copenhagen. Even when restrictions are lifted again after Covid, sadly Brexit means that as a UK citizen I am no longer allowed to be resident in one EU country and work in another, so I have suddenly lost at least half of my accompanist jobs. (I will also be unable to play for the wonderful dance summer school at Ballett Akademien in Stockholm, a gig I have greatly enjoyed for the past 6 years). I am currently waiting for my application for Danish citizenship to be assessed (1 year so far), so hopefully in the future it will be possible for me to work again in the rest of Europe. I can't imagine how many musicians, let alone the number of people in general, that have been badly affected by the idiocy that is Brexit. Has anyone benefitted, I wonder?

But I must say it is wonderful to be in the peace and quiet of the countryside and, for now, I have plenty of time to work on creating and releasing some more music. The album of ballet class music I composed last year for Ballet Nacional del Sodre in Uruguay, will be released soon - I imagine sometime in the spring. I am also planning to release an album of piano meditations, inspired by my lovely partner. There may also be some short videos of the surrounding countryside, with accompanying meditative music (probably also piano), and perhaps also some more live improvisations like this. There is also a large backlog of tunes from my alter ego, Myshkin. More of an electronic, ambient, downtempo vibe. I am slowly working to finish these and hope to have an album out in the not too distant future.

So plenty to be getting on with...Time to put the kettle on.

15th June 2020 


I am happy to announce that my Youtube channel and Youtube Topic channel have now been merged into an Official Artist Channel so all my albums and uploaded music can now be found under the same page. Check it out here.

And I'm very excited that album Lullabies is nearly ready for release - it should be available around the middle of August. Precise release date to follow soon. This will be the cover art.


16th May 2020 

Hello everyone

Just an update as to what I've been doing during this peculiar time of enforced lockdown due to the Covid 19 virus. 

This website is now fully functional, and all albums are now available to buy, either on the Music for Dance page, or the Piano Music page.

I have been working on a couple of new projects - another album of ballet music, 'Ballet en Todas Partes', commissioned by Patrica Cuenca, a sound/video technician at Ballet Nacional del Sodre in Uruguay, as a gift for the company dancers. I am happy to announce that this will be made available to all dancers later on in the year.

I have also been working on an album of piano lullabies, dedicated to a number of wonderful children, it has been my privilege to watch grow up. This will be released in the summer, so watch this space!

In addition, I have recently set up a You Tube channel where I have been posting some improvised piano meditations. Check it out here. I am still waiting for YouTube to incorporate my Topic Channel into my Official Channel, but hopefully it will be just a matter of weeks (!)