I have a fantastic string of gigs coming up in the next months and very excitingly, they are ALL with my Inside-Out Piano!
Thursday 18th July: First up, there’s LATITUDE FESTIVAL. I’ll be playing my ‘12 Years‘ recital there at the Lavish Lounge on Thursday evening (8.30pm tbc). I’ll also be performing in Max Reinhardt‘s ‘Instant Scorchestra’.
Monday 19th August: Next is a recital at my old school, Chetham’s School of Music and Stoller Hall. This will be a bespoke mix of music I’ve written over the last 2 years, including some new purely acoustic material. I’m also teaching at the Chetham’s International Summer School in the days preceding: tickets available for that before 10th June.
Saturday 7th September: At noon, my new collaborator, Maya Bugge – a fantastic Norwegian cellist – and I will be featured in Snape Malting’s Festival of New in Snape, Suffolk. We’ll be doing the very first showing of music and text from our new climate/environmental UK-Norway project. There’s loads of other great artists playing, including ECM’S ‘Dreamlife of Debris’ by Kit Downes piano, Tom Challenger saxophone, Lucy Railton cello, Seb Rochford drums.
Sunday 6th October: King’s Place, London – This will be my first performance in the London Piano Festival and I’m delighted to be finally making a show about my piano just for kids (age 5+). I want to showcase why strings are great and why the whole piano is better than just the keys..! There’s two performances but limited capacity, so please book now if you want to get your kids into experimenting with sound!