Adam Kromelow is a New York City-based pianist and film composer whose music has been heard by millions of people all over the world. He has scored dozens of independent films and documentaries including the NAACP Image Award-nominated film Bridges, and the multi award-winning short film [subtext] which recently screened at the Cannes Film Festival. His music has been used on TV shows such as Say Yes To The Dress, The Voice, The Expanse, Nickelodeon's Unfiltered, NPR's All Things Considered, and more. He has also scored commercials for Pokemon, Prudential, PepsiCo, Viacom, Peak Games, The Lottery, and others, and recently wrote the opening-credits theme song for the popular video game Moving Out 2. 

Before turning his focus on composing for media, Adam spent many years as a touring pianist and keyboardist. He graduated from the Manhattan School of Music in 2011, and the following year Adam’s progressive rock/jazz trio KROM turned heads with their debut albumYoungblood on ZOHO Records. This album, which was produced by GRAMMY-winning pianist Arturo O’Farrill, reached number fourteen on the College Music Journal radio charts and was widely acclaimed by critics. It was picked as one of the Top Ten CDs of the year by the Philadelphia Inquirer, named the Debut Album of the Year by Nippertown Magazine, and hailed as “one of the most captivating discs by a jazz trio in years” by the Toledo Blade.

Adam then spent 2015-2019 touring with pop singer Phoebe Ryan as her keyboardist and music director. With Phoebe, Adam performed around the United States and Asia as an opening act for artists such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Charlie Puth, and Tove Lo, and they performed at festivals such as the Billboard Hot 100 Festival, Bonnaroo, and Firefly. Adam has also played keyboards for Lil Nas X, AJ Mitchell, and Ariana And The Rose. In addition, Adam is the founder of the Genesis Piano Project, a solo piano show that is dedicated to performing the music of the British Progressive Rock band Genesis. The Genesis Piano Project has performed numerous tours selling out theaters across North America and Europe, and its videos have amassed over 2 million views. In the fall of 2021 the Genesis Piano Project released its album which was was featured in Prog Magazine and praised by critics internationally. 

In 2024 Adam teamed up with actor/comedian Hank Azaria to start a Bruce Springsteen tribute band called Hank Azaria And The EZ Street Band. This nine-piece band plays concerts regularly, and all net proceeds benefit Hank's Four Through Nine Foundation.


“Scary good” - Karl Stark, Philadelphia Inquirer

"…He aptly borrows from the chambers of his conservatory-training to inexhaustibly excel on [his] mind-altering compositions" - Rob Young, Urbanflux

"Adam Kromelow is an adventurous spirit on the piano.  He's not afraid to tap various histories of music: whether it's his original compositions, Thelonious Monk, or Genesis.  He demands my attention when his hands are at the piano.” – Jason Moran, Artistic Director for Jazz at The Kennedy Center