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After two sold out performances at St Pancras Old Church in October, composer and performer Joep Beving returns to London in 2019.
Beving is one of the most listened-to living pianists in the world. Pronounced ‘Yoop’, the Dutch musician is a towering figure in the streaming world – and in real life too, thanks to his two-metre frame (nearly 6’10), wild hair and flowing beard. He has become a one-man success story – writing, recording and releasing his debut album Solipsism which has been streamed nearly 60 million times. Beving released his latest album, Prehension, last year. Understated, haunting and melancholic, its delicate melodies will help soothe the soul.
Beving’s latest album Conatus is a collaboration with a few artists reworking his earlier compositions.
Jo Quail is an internationally acclaimed composer and virtuoso cellist from London. She combines an eloquent mastery of her instrument with innovative looping techniques, to realise her complex, evocative music for audiences worldwide.
Tickets £16.50 +bf
EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)
11-17 Stoke Newington Road, London, N16 8BH