Balmorhea (bal-more-ray) is a Texas-based group formed in 2006 by founders Rob Lowe and Michael A. Muller. They play a modern style of classical music with textures and motifs inspired by the American West. With the help of additional musicians, Balmorhea creates a delicately layered and pastoral sound using plaintive strings and other instruments. Their music has been compared to post-classical indie ensembles like Stars of the Lid and Rachel's.
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Discover Balmorhea's unique blend of classical music infused with the spirit of the American West. Formed in 2006 by Rob Lowe and Michael A. Muller in Texas, this talented group showcases their artistry through delicate layers of sound created by plaintive strings and various instruments. Drawing inspiration from post-classical indie ensembles such as Stars of the Lid and Rachel's; Balmorhea's compositions transport listeners to serene landscapes reminiscent of the Western frontier.