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At the peak of his compositional powers, the BAFTA and Academy Award-winning composer Hauschka brings his distinctive piano music to Milton Court. 

Following the release of his 14th solo studio album Philanthropy, acclaimed pianist and composer Hauschka (aka Volker Bertelmann) performs his latest experimental compositions. 

Having begun his solo career by treating his main subject (the grand piano) as an acoustic body, preparing the instrument with tape, felt, and other materials, Hauschka approaches his work through constant musical experimentation, transforming clubs and concert venues into sonic laboratories.

Winning the Best Original Score Academy Award for All Quiet on the Western Front at the 2023 Oscars, his music never ceases to venture into new experimental arrangements: from the electronica approach of A Different Forest, to questions about the future on What If, or the proliferation and decay of urban life on Abandoned City

Support comes from Polish cellist Dobrawa Czocher.

Stage times:

7.30 - 8.10pm Dobrawa Czocher (support)

8.10 - 8.30pm Interval

8.30 - 9.40 Hauschka

​​​​​​​Stage times are approximate and subject to change.

This performance may contain haze.


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