The world’s most popular classical composer unveils his masterwork
A superstar among the world of popular contemporary classical, Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi is set to make his long-awaited return to the Sydney Opera House, bringing four decades of genre-defying favourites and his spectacular latest, Seven Days Walking, to the Concert Hall for two nights only.
The world’s most streamed classical artist, Einaudi’s work has spanned best-selling solo albums, film and television scores and stunning live performances, pushing beyond musical boundaries and melding his wide-ranging influences from neo-classical, ambient, pop, rock, folk and experimental forms. He has thrilled audiences on sold out tours around the world, and even performed on an Arctic ice-floe for Greenpeace.
Einaudi will transport audiences with his immersive new masterpiece, Seven Days Walking – released over seven months this year – accompanied by visuals, Redi Hasa on cello, Federico Mecozzi on violin and fan favourites for two evenings of sumptuous classical beauty anchored by his signature, minimalistic piano figures.
This will be a transcendent performance not to be missed.
Sydney Opera House Presents by arrangement with Arts Projects Australia.