Sneak peek of James Gray and Brad Pitt’s upcoming sci-fi drama Ad Astra, with music by Max Richter. The single ‘To The Stars’ will be released on Sept. 20th. More details on the film HERE.
Now available for pre-order HERE.
On October 04, 2019, Deutsche Grammophon will release VOYAGER: ESSENTIAL MAX RICHTER. The 33-track collection will be available as a double CD and e-album and contains work from across Richter’s vast catalogue, including studio albums such as 2004’s acclaimed The Blue Notebooks (described by Pitchfork as “one of the most affecting and universal contemporary classical records in recent memory”), 2012’s Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons, performed by award-winning British violinist Daniel Hope and Berlin’s renowned Konzerthaus Kammerorchester; and 2015’s ground-breaking, eight-and-a-half-hour magnum opus, SLEEP. Two previously unreleased bonus tracks from Sleep are also included in this new edition.
The score for HBO’s adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend, featuring music by Max Richter is now available on vinyl from Deutsche Grammophon HERE
Max Richter returns to Germany with three special performances in November 2019. Joined by an ensemble and Soprano Grace Davidson, Richter will premiere new material from his forthcoming album, as well as the abridged 90 min. concert version of his ‘lullaby for a frenetic world’ ; ‘SLEEP.’ Performances at Hamburg’s Laieszhalle, Frankfurt’s Alte Oper, and the Tonhalle in Düsseldorf.
Max Richter’s score for the Oscar nominated film ‘Never Look Away’ (Werk Ohne Autor) directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck is now available on vinyl from Deutsche Grammophon. Listen HERE.
- Journey (CP1919) is a new work by Max Richter, commissioned by the Aurora Orchestra. Part of Aurora’s Music of the Spheres, the piece will be performed in the dark and is inspired by the discovery of the first Pulsar star, CP1919, and uses rhythms governed by the same ratios used by the ancient astronomers to describe the orbits of the planets. Information on June 2019 performances in Bristol, Canterbury, Birmingham and London HERE.
Across 7 U.S. cities this October, Max Richter will perform with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) and Soprano Grace Davidson to premiere new material from his forthcoming album, as well as ‘From SLEEP’ (90 min. – concert performance version).
12 Oct. Royce Hall – Los Angeles, CA
13 Oct. Bing Concert Hall – Palo Alto, CA
14 Oct. Herbst Theater – San Francisco, CA
16 Oct. Moore Theatre – Seattle, WA
18 Oct. Moody Theater – Austin, TX
19 Oct. Harris Theater – Chicago, IL
20 Oct. Playstation Theater – NYC, NY
From Studio to Screen is an original mini-documentary, made in collaboration with the British Council, that charts the process a musician goes through to compose for film. FACT gets insights from Max Richter, Anna Meredith, Lustmord and Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury about their beginnings, their high points and their relationship with the global film industry. See the full feature HERE.
The Royal Opera House production of Woolf Works,featuring an original score by Max Richter and choreographed by Wayne McGregor will be performed at Milan’s Teatro alla Scala from 7 – 20 April, 2019. Information & tickets HERE.
Listen to the score HERE
Max Richter will be performing Memoryhouse and a double bill performance of INFRA & The Blue Notebooks at Sumida Triphony Hall in Tokyo, Japan as part of the Sumida Peace Memorial Music Festival in March 2019. Tickets HERE.
March 2 Recomposed: Vivaldi’s – The Four Seasons, w/ Daniel Hope. (Max Richter not performing)
March 5 Memoryhouse, w/ Mari Samuelsen, Kristjan Järvi, Grace Davidson and the New Japan Philharmonice Orchestra
March 9 INFRA & The Blue Notebooks, w/ ACME: American Contemporary Music Ensemble, Sarah Sutcliffe