Ludovico Einaudi U.S. and Canadian Tour Dates!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2017 in Events, Newsletter | Comments Off on Ludovico Einaudi U.S. and Canadian Tour Dates!

Ludovico Einaudi U.S. and Canadian Tour Dates! September 2017 Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi announces October 2017 concert dates in the United States and Canada. The tour is simply entitled “Essential Einaudi” and the repertoire will encompass choice pieces from the whole of Einaudi’s catalog. Ludovico Einaudi’s successes are piling up as his last album, “Elements” topped classical charts in 42 countries across the globe.  In the United Kingdom it soared into the nation’s mainstream album chart at #12, the first time in over a...

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Ludovico Einaudi’s World Tour Returns to the U.S. and Canada in October

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Blog, Events, News & Info | Comments Off on Ludovico Einaudi’s World Tour Returns to the U.S. and Canada in October

Ludovico Einaudi is touring the U.S. with a couple of Canadian dates in October. Here’s the tour dates so far, some are already on sale. Check your local listings! 10/07/2017 Seattle, WA – The Moore Theatre 10/10/2017 Vancouver, BC, Canada -The Orpheum 10/12/2017 Costa Mesa, CA – Sergerstrom Center for Arts 10/17/2017 Mesa, AZ – Ikeda Theater 10/19/2017 Los Angeles, CA – UCLA – Royce Hall 10/20/2017 Los Angeles, CA – UCLA – Royce Hall 10/22/2017 Miami, FL – Adrienne Arsht Center –...

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Ludovico Einaudi’s “Elegy For The Arctic”

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Blog, Events, News & Info, Newsletter | Comments Off on Ludovico Einaudi’s “Elegy For The Arctic”

Now Available To Radio For Download Ludovico Einaudi performs ‘Elegy For The Arctic’ next to a melting glacier, on a floating platform in the middle of the ocean in Svalbard, Norway. Click to watch the video. Acclaimed Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi performed on a floating platform in the Arctic Ocean near Svalbard, Norway as part of a Greenpeace campaign to encourage world leaders to protect and safeguard the future of the Arctic. The PR campaign was the biggest and most successful Greenpeace has undertaken,...

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Christmas 2016 Newsletter

Posted by on Dec 12, 2016 in Blog, Events, News & Info, Newsletter | Comments Off on Christmas 2016 Newsletter

Ludovico Einaudi Drops Luxe CD/DVD Box Set During this year’s world tour, Ludovico and crew were planning a box set release and filming a number of concerts for it. This special limited edition box set includes the entire Elements album, plus three solo piano variations and the never-before released track ‘Elegy for the Arctic’,  performed atop an iceberg earlier this year for a global Greenpeace Campaign. The box set will be available in time for holiday gift giving. Download “Elegy For The Artic” wav file here....

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Helen Jane Long Unveils ‘Identity’ -Pollstar

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Blog, Events | Comments Off on Helen Jane Long Unveils ‘Identity’ -Pollstar

Article by Lori Felker / Pollstar U.K. composer/pianist Helen Jane Long announces a handful of U.S. dates in November. The jaunt supports her latest album, “Identity,” and she will be accompanied by her string section, The London Players. More than talented, Long is gifted. The mastermind started playing piano by ear at age four and went on to be classically trained. She also taught herself how to play cello, violin, and guitar. Helen Jane Long Her credential are endless. Long has composed scores for 10 feature and short films, seven...

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September 2016 Newsletter

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Blog, Events, News & Info, Newsletter | Comments Off on September 2016 Newsletter

Helen Jane Long’s U.S. Tour Behind 4th Release “Identity” Helen Jane Long is an award-winning film composer whose musicology brings indie culture to classical and soundtrack music. This one-time Warner Bros. composer left it all behind to create her own record label, publishing company and destiny. Her signature sound is cinematic classical and she’s kicking and dragging it into the future with her stunning fourth release, “Identity”. In 2006, Helen was discovered and signed a contract with Warner Classics who released her...

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Tickets Are On Sale For Helen Jane Long In New Orleans

Posted by on Jun 29, 2016 in Blog, Events | Comments Off on Tickets Are On Sale For Helen Jane Long In New Orleans

U.K. Composer/Pianist Helen Jane Long is touring the U.S. in support of her fourth album, “Identity”.  An award-winning film composer whose musicology brings indie culture to classical and soundtrack music, she has just announced a show in New Orleans at the Marigny Opera House on November 10, 2016. For this evening, Helen will be performing on piano with her string section, The London Players, and will cover music from all four of her albums as well as highlighting new pieces from her new album “Identity”. Tickets are...

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Tickets Just Went On Sale For Helen Jane Long @ The Herbst in San Francisco

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Blog, Events | Comments Off on Tickets Just Went On Sale For Helen Jane Long @ The Herbst in San Francisco

Your ticket purchase includes a cd copy of Helen Jane Long’s new album “Identity”, redeemable with your ticket stub at Amoeba Music, 1855 Haight St, San Francisco! Pick up Helen’s new album anytime after the show! For this evening, Helen will be performing on piano with her string section, The London Players, and will cover music from all four of her albums as well as highlighting new pieces from her latest album “Identity”. Get your tickets here...

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GARETH Hits The Billboard Chart This Week At #2 AGAIN!

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in Events | Comments Off on GARETH Hits The Billboard Chart This Week At #2 AGAIN!

Gareth’s album “Sky Before A Storm” has entered the Billboard New Age Chart at #2 again this week, smoking the major label competition...

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Introducing American Composer/Pianist Andy Iorio

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Events | Comments Off on Introducing American Composer/Pianist Andy Iorio

When Andy Iorio delivers his “Composing Music” lecture to aspiring composers, he likens the process to photography and tells students that while photographers use images to freeze a moment in time, composers use musical notes to record an event or a feeling. He then explains that, for him, the beauty of this is that each time he plays the piece he is plunged back into that moment in time. One of Andy’s first musical memories was when, at age five, he climbed up on his mother’s piano bench and taught himself to play a traditional lullaby that...

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