Tomeu Moll-Mas is a pianist committed to contemporary repertoire, new concepts related with performance and sound innovation. As soloist or as a chamber musician he has performed in Brazil, Catalonia, Chile, Finland, France, Germany, Spain and the UK.
Some of his most gratifying musical experiences are related to the creation of some scenic projects, such as the "chamber dance-music" pieces with music of Marco Stroppa; or the creation of "PEÇA", a piece that fuses live ceramic sculpture, live electronic music and piano performance, in collaboration with sculptor Rafel Sunyer and sound artist Joan Bagés i Rubí.
He is artistic co-director of Ensemble Espai Sonor and of Alter Face, an ensemble of keyboards devoted to the repertoire for manipulated piano, two pianos and any kind of keys. He has taken part in several studio recordings, amongst others two CDs with Espai Sonor published by Stradivarius. He recorded in 2014 his first solo CD "De Natura Elèctrica", an investigation on the influence of electric and electronic media on aesthetics and sound of new music.
In his repertoire list there are major piano works of all times, like J.S. Bach's "Goldberg Variations" or the Concerto in A major BWV 1055, Stravinsky's "Concerto for Piano and Wind instruments", Jean Barraqué's "Sonate pour piano", Olivier Messiaen's "Sept Haïkaï" and "Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus", and also enormous Stroppa's "Miniature Estrose".