NEW MAX RICHTER UK & EUROPEAN LIVE DATES

  • REFLEKTOR festival co-curated with Yulia Mahr 
  • A Global live stream of 8.5 hour SLEEP
  • Welsh & German premiere of VOICES: a soundtrack to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Following Max Richter’s return to the stage in London for a sold out performance of VOICES at Crystal Palace Bowl, comes a festival co-curation and a series of performances featuring a range of projects from his pioneering catalogue.

These live dates follow a busy Spring/Summer, which has already included releasing the albums VOICES 2 and EXILES… with more projects to follow before the end of the year.

REFLEKTOR 2021
Max Richter and Yulia Mahr are thrilled to announce the programme for their latest festival bill.  Following in the footsteps of previous curators such as The National’s Bryce Dessner and Nils Frahm, the musician and multidisciplinary artist have selected a range of acts from around the world to join them in Hamburg from October 6th-10th. 

The event takes place in the glorious Elbphilharmonie concert halls, and will feature performances from Max, a new installation by Yulia Mahr, plus Jlin, Portico Quartet, Sarah Davachi, Shida Shahabi, Daniel Brandt, Starry Sky Cycle, Julius Eastman, Kali Malone, Pamela Z, Jason Moran & Christian McBride, and the American Contemporary Music Ensemble. https://www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/festivals/reflektor-max-richter/692 

SLEEP LIVE STREAM
Fans around the world are invited to lay back and experience SLEEP together when Max performs the piece live overnight in Hamburg on October 6th. Tickets for this special online audio/visual stream go on sale on September 20th. https://www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/whats-on/live-stream-max-richter-sleep/16987

WELSH VOICES PREMIERE WITH BRIAN ENO AND KELSEY LU
VOICES will be part of the aptly-named Voices Festival in Cardiff on November 4th. The event takes place at the Wales Millennium Centre, and alongside the first UK performance outside of London, will be a special reading from Brian Eno and a performance by the mesmeric singer & cellist Kelsey Lu. Sinfonia Cymru, the UK’s leading under-30s orchestra, will perform VOICES with a special narrator to be announced. https://www.wmc.org.uk/en/festival-of-voice

FULL LIST OF LIVE DATES 
September 
20th – Roma Europa Festival – Blue Notebooks & Recomposed (Tickets)

October 
3rd – Berlin Konzerthaus – Infra & The Leftovers (Tickets)
6th – Hamburg Elbphilharmonie – Sleep (Tickets)
8th – Hamburg Elbphilharmonie – Recomposed  (Tickets)
9th – Hamburg Elbphilharmonie – Infra for Strings  (Tickets)
10th – Hamburg Elbphilharmonie – Infra & Voices   (Tickets)

November 
4th – Cardiff Festival of Voices, Wales Millennium Centre – Infra & Voices (Tickets)