Dominique Lawalrée, Belgian composer, Died at 64

Dominique Lawalrée was born on November 18, 1954, in Brussels, Belgium an died on May 8, 2019.

He was a Belgian composer.

Lawalrée was a keyboardist’s.

His meditative work was associated with the New Simplicity movement.

He was the founder of Editions Walrus imprint as a way to share his non-commercial solo work.

Through his label, he recorded prolifically—he released over 500 compositions and 29 albums throughout his career.

His music was mostly consisting of meditative patterns on keyboards.

After he had a “mystical experience” in the ’90s, he turned to liturgical work.

A compilation of his early material, First Meeting, arrived in 2017.

Dominique Lawalrée passed away at 64 years old.