Max Richter at Big Ears Festival | March 2015Published 21 November, 2014 by MT
The Big Ears Festival - described by the LA times as "One of the most forward-thinking fests, combining titans and pioneers of new music - ” in Knoxville, Tennessee announces their lineup for performances in March 2015. Max will be playing Recomposed: Vivaldi - The Four Seasons with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra as well as an ensemble set. Other musicians appearing include the Kronos Quartet, Laurie Anderson, Grouper, Bryce Dessner and Terry Riley www.bigearsfestival.com
Young Musician Outreach | Sydney Opera HousePublished 06 November, 2014 by MT
Want a view behind the scenes?
Apply for a chance to attend Max's rehearsal and live performance!
Max is again offering the opportunity for three registered music students to attend a closed rehearsal on November 23, 2014 at the Sydney Opera House. One complimentary ticket for that evening's performance of Richter's Recomposed: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons and INFRA will be included for each student.
Instructions on how to enter plus terms & conditions here http://tinyurl.com/oat2qal.
Max Richter Live | Bowery Ballroom NYCPublished 05 November, 2014 by MT
For one night only Max Richter plays his score from HBO's The Leftovers at the
Bowery Ballroom in New York City on December 7, 2014. Max will also play his now iconic album The Blue Notebooks, in celebration of its tenth anniversary. Tickets here: http://tinyurl.com/pu7ln6a
Testament of Youth at BFI London Film FestivalPublished 15 October, 2014 by MT
Testament of Youth, a WWI drama based on the memoir of Vera Brittain and featuring Max's score premiered this month at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival to excellent reviews.
"...Max Richter’s alternate fragile and soaring orchestral score..." - Variety
"Brilliant German modern German composer, Max Richter, provides an utterly soulful original score which fits like a glove when paired with Kent’s direction." Derry Journal
"Max Richter, who's been doing sterling work on "The Leftovers" recently, also contributes a score that's stirring without being mushy." -Indiewire
"...a majestic beauty, with tiny aural echoes of War Requiem, a musical memorial written by another great Britten, Benjamin." -The Hollywood Reporter