Next Saturday, February 11th at La Bam in Metz, France, Francesco Tristano will be with p:anorig in a solo version. The line up is completed by Plaid and Max Cooper.
From Bach to the techno of Detroit, Francesco Tristano is a complete artist. Composer and pianist, he constantly explores and pushes the boundaries between classical and electronic music.
p: anorig is his new concept of live mixing installation, light, sound, and design; all immersed in a minimalistic universe. Surrounded by several synths, it twists faster than the shadow and offers an impressive performance.
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On Friday February 3rd at La Folle Journée, Francesco will be presenting “Simulcast” with Bruce Brubaker.
Simulcast is two piano recitals at the same time.
More info in this interview and get your tickets here.
This year Resident Advisor, the world’s leading electronic music site, will return to curate the SonarLab stage—this time on Saturday at Sónar by Night. The programme includes the exclusive premiere of Carl Craig’s Versus Synthesizer Ensemble, with the Detroit icon performing alongside a group of elite musicians including the pianist Francesco Tristano.
In the context of Music Discovery Project, FT will be with Moritz von Oswald and the HR symphony orchestra presenting ‘UrSprung’ (Origin) next January 27th and 28th at Jahrhunderthalle -Frankfurt, DE-.
Music from Bach to Ravel and Rameau to Honegger is the starting point for surprising excursions, transformations and different routes into the musical worlds of classical, jazz, electronics and techno under the direction of José Luís Gómez.