Max Richter Announces Tour and Album, Shares New Song: Listen

The composer and pianist Max Richter has announced the new album In a Landscape, set for release on September 6, via Decca. The first preview of the album is “Movement, Before All Flowers,” which you can hear below.

Richter is playing a bunch of concerts in support of his new album, beginning in September at La Bâtie-Festival de Genève in Switzerland. For the Australian and North American legs of his tour, he’ll be performing with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble. See Richter’s tour dates below.

Richter recorded In a Landscape at the Oxfordshire studio that he and his wife, the visual artist Yulia Mahr, designed and operate, Studio Richter Mahr. “For me, the music on the record is about connecting or reconciling polarities,” Richter said of his album in a press release. “The electronics with the acoustic instruments, the natural world with the human world, and the big ideas of life with the personal and intimate. This is a dynamic I started to explore in my 2004 record The Blue Notebooks, and the new project shares many of that album’s concerns; in a way this record is another look at the themes of the earlier work, but from the perspective of our world and our lives in 2024.”

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Max Richter: In a Landscape

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09-07 Geneva, Switzerland – La Bâtie-Festival de Genève
10-28 Glasgow, Scotland – Royal Concert Hall
10-30 Dublin, Ireland – National Concert Hall
10-31 Dublin, Ireland – National Concert Hall
11-04 Manchester, England – Bridgewater Hall
11-05 Birmingham, England – Symphony Hall
11-06 Bristol, England – Bristol Beacon
11-08 London, England – Royal Festival Hall
11-09 London, England – Royal Festival Hall
11-16 Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris (Matinee)
11-16 Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris (Evening Show)
11-18 Berlin, Germany – Admiralspalast
11-22 Oslo, Norway – Oslo Opera House
11-23 Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Concert Hall
11-25 Copenhagen, Denmark – DR Koncerthuset
11-26 Hamburg, Germany – Laeiszhalle
11-28 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Royal Theatre Carre
12-01 Antwerp, Belgium – Queen Elizabeth Hall
12-02 Wiesbaden, Germany – Kurhaus Wiesbaden
12-04 Munich, Germany – Isarphilharmonie
12-05 Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Philharmonie Luxembourg
02-11 Brisbane, Australia – Concert Hall at Queensland Performing Arts Centre
02-15 Sydney, Australia – Sydney Opera House
02-17 Melbourne, Australia – Hammer Hall
02-21 Adelaide, Australia – Town Hall
02-23 Perth, Australia – Riverside Theatre
04-26 Boston, MA – Colonial Theatre
04-29 Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall
05-02 Washington, D.C. – Kennedy Center
05-03 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Academy of Music
05-04 Philadelphia, PA – The Met
05-06 Chicago, IL – Symphony Center
05-08 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
05-09 Los Angeles, CA – Walt Disney Concert Hall
05-10 Seattle, WA – Benaroya Hall

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