From feature films including This is England and Black Swan, Greenpeace campaigns to countless adverts – there isn’t much that boundary breaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi hasn’t featured on. One of the most renowned classical musicians in the world, Einaudi has performed at venues around the world as diverse as The Royal Albert Hall and Fabric nightclub, demonstrating just how wide his appeal is. This June however, the grounds of Royal Hospital Chelsea will play host to the Italian composer as he takes centre stage at the Live At Chelsea concert series. Take a look at the iconic ‘Elegy for the Arctic‘ written and composed by Einaudi, as part of the Greenpeace campaign to preserve the ice caps.
The unique sound and talent of Einaudi has landed him chart success all over the world – with his most recent album, Elements reaching No.12 in the UK Classic Album charts. Einaudi draws inspiration from rock and electronic music as well as classical, and has even performed as part of the Radio 1 Live Lounge Session.
If you would like to see Einaudi in action, then head to Live at Chelsea where the composer will be performing on Saturday the 17th and Sunday the 18th of June.Tickets for the show can be purchased here
For more information head to the Live At Chelsea website
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