LUDOVICO EINAUDI new concerts for the “In a Time Lapse Reimagined tour” (Info and tickets)

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Ludovico Einaudi adds four new concerts to the Italian tour “In A Time Lapse Reimagined”.

Together with Einaudi on the piano, Federico Mecozzi, violin and viola, Redi Hasa, cello and electric cello, Rocco Nigro, accordion, Alberto Fabris, electric bass and synth bass, Sebastiano De Gennaro, percussion, Gianluca Mancini, live electronics and the multi-instrumentalist will play Francesco Arcuri.

2024 starts well for Ludovico Einaudi with three concerts in January at the Dubai Opera House, in Hegra in Saudi Arabia and at the Esplanade in Singapore. From here he will then move to Australia in February with a residency of five sold-out concerts at the Sydney Opera House, three at the Perth Festival and the Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne. In the summer he is taking shape on a tour of the great ancient theaters such as those of Vienne and Carcassonne.

The year just ended was once again noteworthy, with sold out tours in the great theaters of South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico), and in the great arenas of Europe (Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, France, Belgium, Switzerland) and the United Kingdom. In the first autumn, another tour in Asia Minor and Central Asia, from Turkey to Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan to Georgia, culminating with the extraordinary solo piano concert in Registan Square in Samarkand.



10 July – Verona Arena – Verona
12 July – Amphitheater of the Excavations – Pompeii
13 – 14 July – Rome Summer Fest – Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone – Rome
17 July – Stresa (VB) – Stresa Festival Hall


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