Jan Mulder (Rotterdam, March 3, 1963) is a Dutch-born pianist and composer, who lives in Orlando, Florida. He performs in the United States and Europe, playing the piano and conducting an orchestra simultaneously, and has 19 solo albums to his name. His inspirational CDs Love Divine 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, are popular in over 20 countries and have achieved gold and platinum status.

Mulder studied piano, organ and composition at the Rotterdam and Utrecht conservatories. Since graduating in 1992, Ian Mulder composes music for his solo albums and concerts. His piano albums, recorded with symphony orchestras in London and Moscow, are frequently played on classic radiostations.

In 2013, he recorded his second album with the London Symphony Orchestra, Love Divine, which reached platinum status 10 weeks from its release date. That same album was nominated for the 2014 GMA Dove Awards: Instrumental Album of the Year. His 2014 album with the London Symphony Orchestra, named Christmas, featured Andrea Bocelli singing “A choir of a thousand angels”. In 2016, the album Love Divine III was released, featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. His latest CD, Love Divine 6, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, was released in 2019.

Recordings by Jan Mulder you can hear at Instrumentals Forever:

Above all
All is well
Choral Melancolique
Come thou fount
In Christ alone
Love Theme
Prayer for Peace II
Romance (W.A. Mozart)
Rondo Marcando
Russian Romance
Sailing Sunny Seas
Sailing to the Moon
Say Goodbye
Silent Tears
Sunshine’s Jewel
The Final Encore
The Hero
The savior is waiting
Theme from Prince Igor (A. Boridin)
To Dream Or Not To Dream
Tune Mulder Consort
Victory Theme