Jack Pescod is a neo-classical, jazz composer and Tibetan sound bowl master. Jack creates luminous neo-classical piano works focused heavily on improvisation. He plays the space, making each project and performance distinct and unique to the location and time in which it was recorded.
His debut album Egregore reflects the global change of consciousness and invites the listener to reflect, regroup and meditate.
Jack began playing the piano at four years old, was composing by six and proficient in classical and jazz improvisation by 12.
He is a direct descendant of philosopher Henri Bergson and the composer Michal Bergson, a student of Chopin. The Bergson family have been much recognised in the development of European culture, through music and
Jack was born in London and currently resides in coastal Suffolk.