An intuitive mix of inspiration from the american jazz tradition and european classical music. Occasionally the music draws on inspiration from Bela Bartok - melodies weaving together is the main focus, and the harmonic foundation more clouded (sometimes in a dark and dissonant universe, reflecting Chiron’s wounds and inner conflicts).
Tonal motifs follow Chiron and other characters acting their part in the story and the music – they adapt and change. Chiron learned to play the lyre and the setting of lyrics to music by his foster father, Apollo. The harmonic, lyrical, poetic and romantic have their place too reflected in Chiron’s love for the river goddess Chariklo, their daughter Euippe, and in Chiron’s insistence on kindness and universal serving love.