A graduate of the University of Louisiana, Isadar began to professionally record his compositions while a student. These early recordings evolved into his 1997 vocal release, "Dream of the Dead," and were influenced by British recording artists - Kate Bush (in particular, her masterpiece, "The Dreaming"), Thomas Dolby, Peter Gabriel, and US/NYC based performance artist Laurie Anderson. Inspired from attending a performance by pianist Liz Story, Isadar briefly changed his focus to solo piano and recorded his 1990 debut, "Near the Edge of Light." In the early 90's, Isadar concentrated on writing pop music to finance his more artistic work.
Isadar relocated to New York City in 1993 to further pursue his music and recording. His first break came within a year when an advertising firm in New York hired him to create the soundtrack for a Ralph Lauren "Safari" TV ad. He continued to record original music and created mechanical reproductions of his piano recordings for playback in Yamaha Disklavier player-pianos. Isadar's interest in mechanically re-produced music further developed into creating sound recordings of Regina, Polyphon, Symphonion, Troubadour, and Kalliope antique music boxes.
Isadar resides in New York City. He continues to write, record and make music videos to accompany his work as he has time, and is currently a manager within Sony Music Entertainment's department of Vault and Archives. His music is globally distributed through iTunes.