Italian pianist Ludovico Einaudi is set to bring his entrancing euphonies to the Symphony Hall on October 12th, as he returns to Birmingham for the first time since 2016.
The 37-date jaunt across Europe includes only seven UK appearances, which are scattered throughout trips to mainland Europe and include stop offs in Germany, Spain and France. The tour kicks off with Birmingham performance and ends with a 14-day extravaganza in Milan, which will be Einaudi’s final set of live dates this year.
Touring doesn’t seem to be Einaudi’s only hobby, however, as he’s spent a large portion of 2019 releasing music. ‘Seven Days Walking’ is his latest project that consists of seven volumes of music, which were released one-per-month between March and September this year. Additionally, a complete box set of the collection is set to be released this Autumn, however a date for this is yet to be confirmed. The project features Einaudi on piano, Federico Mecozzi on violin/viola, and Redi Hasa on cello, so only time will tell what kind of entrancing performances will be presented in the live shows.
Despite the non-stop action throughout 2019, Einaudi has no intent of slowing down. 2020 is looking to be a jam-packed year and includes visits to Asia, North America and Dubai in the first six months alone.
A full set of dates for Ludovico Einaudi’s UK run can be seen below:
12 Symphony Hall, Birmingham
13 Dome, Brighton
28 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
29 Usher Hall, Edinburgh
30 SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
01 Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
02 Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
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