Ludovico Einaudi

Tour

Torino – IT
24.05.2022
Auditorium Giovanni Agnelli
Torino - IT
Ravenna – IT
25.05.2022
Pala De Andrè / Anteprima Ravenna Festival 2022
The Jesus and Mary Chain – Milano
18.06.2022
Ferrara sotto le stelle
New York – USA (in solo)
29.06.2022
Appel Room
New York, NY
Montreal – CAN
2.07.2022
Place Des Arts
Maison Symphonique
Toronto – CAN
7.07.2022
Roy Thomson Hall
Pratovecchio (AR) – IT
27.07.2022
Castello di Romena
Vagli di Sotto (LU) – IT
28.07.2022
Oasi di Campocatino
Asciano (SI) – IT
30.07.2022
Sito Transitorio
San Gemini (TR) – IT
31.07.2022
Area Archeologica di Carsulae
Cabras (OR) – IT
4.08.2022
Anfiteatro di Tharros
Cabras (OR) – IT
5.08.2022
Anfiteatro di Tharros
Fasano (BR) – IT
12.08.2022
Parco Rupestre Lama D’Antico
Merida – ES
24.09.2022
Teatro Roman
Merida - ES
Seville – ES
25.09.2022
Iconica Seville Fest
Plaza de España
Madrid – ES
28.09.2022
Teatro Real
Madrid
Merida – ES
29.09.2022
Teatro Real
Madrid
Paris – FR
14.10.2022
La Seine Musicale
Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris FR
Paris – FR
15.10.2022
La Seine Musicale
Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris FR
Amsterdam – NL
14.11.2022
Het Concert Gebouw
Amsterdam – NL
15.11.2022
Het Concert Gebouw
Amsterdam – NL
16.11.2022
Het Concert Gebouw
Milano – IT
3.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
4.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
5.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
9.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
10.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
11.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
16.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
17.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme
Milano – IT
18.12.2022
Teatro Dal Verme

Bio

Ludovico Einaudi (Turin, 1955) is one of the most appreciated and famous pianists worldwide. He started his career as a classical composer but since the beginning, he tried to incorporate different styles and genres such as pop, rock, and world music, to create songs and soundtracks famous internationally.

Einaudi started his musical career composing music for ballets, cinema, and theatre such as “Sul filo d’Orfeo” (1984), “Time out” (1988), “The wild man” (1991), “Salgari” (1995), and different songs for orchestras and ensembles performed at Teatro alla Scala in Milan and at Lincoln Centre in New York.

After the publication of Stanze (1992), a collection of songs for Cecilia Chailly’s harp, Einaudi recorded and released his first solo album: Le Onde (1996). He took inspiration from Virginia Woolf’s novels and captivated the international public. His success was confirmed by the following albums: Eden Roc (1999), I giorni (2001) and Diario Mali (2003), recorded in collaboration with Ballaké Sissoko.

In the following years, Einaudi edited the soundtracks for numerous movies and tv series, among others the one for the remake of Dottor Zhivago (2002), which was acclaimed during the New York Film Festival, and the one for the internationally renowned movie Intouchables (2011).

Alongside these projects, Einaudi continued publishing numerous albums and performing in theatres all around the world, from La Scala to the Royal Albert Hall. With his albums, Una Mattina (2004) and Divenire (2006) Einaudi entered both classical and pop music charts.

In 2009 the pianist published for Ponderosa Music&Arts the album Cloudland and the following year the double live album The Royal Albert Hall Concert (2010), recorded during Einaudi’s concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

In 2011 and 2012 he directed a visionary performance of the Orchestra during the Notte della Taranta, while in 2013 he published In a time lapse, a reflection on the passing of time and «thought as a suite or the chapters of a unique novel» in which Einaudi blended the piano with strings, percussions, and electronics.

In 2014 Einaudi opened Piano City Milano with the concert Piano Africain composed for piano, balafon, and marimba.

After the release of Elements (2015), the Italian pianist started an international tour which offered him the possibility to play his song “Elegy for the Arctic” on a floating platform in the Arctic Ocean. The following year, Einaudi started the annual event Dieci Notti: ten consecutive concerts at Teatro del Verme in Milan to «give back something to a city that has given me a lot».

In March 2019 Einaudi started Seven Days Walking, conceived as a unique album but published monthly split into seven “episodes” (Day One, Day Two, …, until Day Seven). Every episode is focused on some key themes that come back in a different way: seven variations around the same imaginary path or the same path traveled in seven different ways. In 2020, during the Covid-19 emergency, Einaudi published 12 Songs from Home, a collection of songs played at home, and subsequently Einaudi Undiscovered, a selection of unpublished tracks.

In the summer of 2021, Einaudi took his music back to nature, in a series of eleven concerts immersed in the breathtaking scenery of national parks, nature reserves, creeks, valleys, lakes and pristine mountain meadows, reachable only on foot, at dawn, at dusk and under starry skies. An invitation to merge the musical experience with the natural landscape.

But it was the experience of suspended time during the lockdown, “with the world outside quiet and silent”, that led to the new solo piano album, released in January 2022 and entitled “Underwater“, “a metaphor for fluidity without external interference”. A fresher and more immediate approach to music, in the flow of emotions, in an intimate conversation, face to face, with the piano”.

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Il tour estivo di Ludovico Einaudi tra natura e storia umana

Oasi naturali, parchi rupestri, siti archeologici, altipiani e anfiteatri. Il tour estivo di Ludovico Einaudi tra natura e storia umana.

Climate Space: Artistic and Environmental Education

The schedule of environmental education and information events connected to the Climate Space festival, running from December 1st through the 18th at Milan’s Teatro Dal Verme, is finally available online.

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