Milan-born, Berlin-based ‘piano poet’ Federico Albanese comes to Colston Hall for a heart-rending live performance. His compositions are transcendental, cinematic and blend classical with layers of electronica and psychedelia. Already delighting fans of Nils Frahm, Max Richter and Penguin Cafe, his sound has been dubbed “modern classical music for the Erased Tapes generation” (Clash). Without words, Albanese weaves “haunting beauty, fragile melancholy and instrumentation that speaks volumes” (Drowned in Sound).
“Lyrical, rhythmic and emotive modern classical sound that enthrals to the last.” (Clash)
Plus support TBA.
This is a seated event in Colston Hall Foyer.