Joep Beving’s show at Queen Elizabeth Hall will no longer take place on 20th October 2020, but instead on 5th November 2021. All existing tickets remain valid.
Joep 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 meter 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 over 140 million times.
Beving released his second album, Prehension, in 2018. Understated, haunting and melancholic, its delicate melodies will help soothe the soul. Beving’s third album Conatus is a collaboration with a number of artists, reworking his earlier compositions. Joep’s latest record, Henosis, was released on April 5, 2019. It is his third solo album and the final piece of a trilogy.
Tickets £20 +bf
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX