'Inscape' is the work of an artist unconcerned with conventions, whose approach of neoclassicism is resolutely current. In her attempt to fill a certain emotional emptiness, she follows a creative urge that commits to taking the listener back to a form of lost sincerity. 'A piano, on its own, is a very vulnerable thing, and I want to share this moment with the listener.' An artist of Polish Jewish origin who grew up between Paris and Montreal, Streliski was steeped in music from the two continents during her childhood. From an early age, she was interested in classical artists such as Chopin and Satie as well as film music composers like Zimmer, Glass and Nyman.