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In 2019, Burke composed the original score for Sci-Ops: Global Defense, an edutainment game for PC created by Plasma Games.


In 2018, Burke released his first winter album, The Longest Night. The album featured Burke's instrumental arrangements of popular holiday tunes as well as original compositions.

In 2018, Burke wrote music and lyrics for Red: A Crayon's Musical with author Ben Thorpe, who wrote the musical's book. The musical was an original work based on the children's book Red: A Crayon's Story by Michael Hall. Red: A Crayon's Musical debuted on August 7, 2018, at the Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival.


In 2017, Burke released his first multi-instrumental album, Superstratum, at a concert at Eddie's Attic in Decatur, Georgia. Each composition of Superstratum represents a layer of the earth and its atmosphere.

In 2017, Burke composed the original score for Synchronicity Theatre's production of Katherine Applegate's The One and Only Ivan, adapted for stage by James E. Grote.

In 2017, Burke composed the original score for Serenbe Playhouse's production of Robin Hood, adapted by playwright Rachel Teagle and directed by Broadway actor Paul McGill. That same season, Burke composed the original score for the Playhouse's production of Macbeth, starring Drop Dead Diva's Justin Deeley.


In 2016, Burke released Orogen at a concert. The album used the formation of mountains as inspiration for the gradual growth of a single melody. A completely self-released album, Orogen was nominated for Best New Age Album for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.


In 2015, Burke released his first collaborative album, Kairos, at a concert at Oglethorpe University. The album blended piano with spoken word and flute by Sandra Hughes, the co-founder of Gateway Performance Productions in Atlanta, GA.

In 2015, Burke composed the original score for the film Shattered Reflections, starring Lance Broadway.

In 2015, Burke composed an original solo piano score for Serenbe Playhouse's production of Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire, starring The Vampire Diaries' Matthew Davis.


In 2014, Burke released Chirality at a concert, the recording of which received a Telly Award. After winning Jazz Album of the Year, Chirality became a finalist for Album of the Year at In an homage to Johann Sebastian Bach, Chirality used the chemical property of asymmetry as inspiration for melodies and mirrored countermelodies.


In 2013, Burke released his second album, Reverie, which was nominated for Jazz Album of the Year at the solo piano music review site Reverie too received international play and review.

In 2013, Burke composed the original score for the film Juvenile Transgressions.

In 2013, Burke's original piano music was featured on the documentary Going Home.


In 2011, Burke released his first solo piano album, Synesthesia, which used the neurological phenomenon of the same name to guide compositions based on colors. The album was reviewed positively on English and Spanish music review websites and received international radio play.


John Burke (born 1988) is an American pianist, composer, and songwriter based in Atlanta, Georgia. Burke is best known for his solo piano albums. He has also composed scores for film, video games, and theatre.