Martin Herzberg, pianist and song writer, is moving with his music in a new direction. Instead of a record company he simply has his good friends, his piano and the internet. Martin’s music touches your soul and allows you to escape in contemplation. He has been influenced by composers such as Ludovico Einaudi and Yann Tiersen, inspiring him with their soundtracks to "The intouchables" and "The fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain", creating a wide audience for this special kind of the piano music. Martin introduces his personal touch and unites stirring soundtracks with vivid pop elements. This is why Martin's music doesn’t need a film to move you as the music itself is like the soundtrack to your own life. Martin says he has become known through "the right decisions, for the right people". He studied musicology in Berlin and did his thesis on the topic "Musicians in competition for internet attention", said goodbye to his disappointing contacts from major labels and turned to his best friends. They planned together how to get his music on stages all over the world. He hired a good friend as concert manager and is accompanied by cello and saxophone playing friends. With his camera man, a childhood friend, he shoots music videos that just capture your heart. 10 years down the line he has 30 million views on YouTube, 200.000 Fans on Social Media and is capable of filling concert halls throughout the whole country.