“Reaches out to a place somewhere beyond the mortal world. Beguiling.” – The New Yorker
On March 16th, World Sleep Day, Max Richter’s eight and a half hour opus, SLEEP, in its true and original form, will be made available for digital streaming for the first time, allowing it to be experienced without interruption, to accompany the listener’s sleeping hours, as the composer intended.
Information on SLEEP via streaming HERE.
Max Richter and artist Yulia Mahr have been announced as the curators of the Barbican’s marathon weekend in 2018. Their ambitious programme is a marathon journey into music, image, and their meeting points in today’s culture. Richter and Mahr’s programme consists of numerous events both ticketed and free, including concerts and film screenings, taking place at the Barbican Centre.
As part of the weekend Max Richter will perform INFRA on 11 May and Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works on 12 May. Following the live performance of Richter’s score alongside the film Waltz With Bashir on 13 May, Max will speak in a Q&A session. For more information please visit the official site HERE.
Max Richter will open SXSW 2018 Festival in Austin, Texas with an overnight performance of the 8-hour piece SLEEP. For more information on SXSW 2018 please click HERE.