Contemporary classical splendour & back on stage for the first time since ’15
Classically schooled pianist Nils Frahm has navigated an impressive path over the last decade. From fantastic acclaimed albums like ‘Felt’ or ‘Screws’ to impressive collaborations with the likes of Woodkid or Ólafur Arnalds. He also wrote successful soundtracks and landed on the bills of both electronica festivals & the prestigious Royal Albert Hall.
In the pressPitchfork: ‘Mesmerizing and beautiful work.’
The Quietus on his album ‘Spaces’: ‘His most brilliant album yet.’
Fun factTo mark the occasion of the Piano Day that Nils Frahm has called into being – an annual ode to the piano –Frahm came up with the idea of building the world’s biggest piano, based upon the biggest piano to date: that of David Klavins.
Nils Frahm’s first visit to AB already dates from 2010 (as support to Soap & Skin)