Manu Delago Ensemble

Monday 30 September 2019

7:00 pm : Main stage/ Seated

14+

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General admission: £14 + booking fee

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Doors: 7.00pm
Performance starts –  8.00pm
Performance ends 9.30pm

Manu Delago plays with a live eight piece band, performing tracks from the new album ‘Circadian’.

featuring Manu Delago (Handpans & Drums)
Georg Gratzer and Pepe Auer (Woodwinds)
Alois Eberl (Trombone & Accordion)
Bernie Mallinger (Violin)
Jenny Ames (Viola)
Clemens Rofner (Bass)
Charly Mair (Percussion)
Chris Norz (Percussion)

Circadian (out 13th September via One Little Indian Records) takes the listener through the cycle of sleep stages, emulating REM, light sleep, deep sleep and an abrupt awakening. Delago was inspired by the concept of individual circadian rhythms, due in part to his own lack of sleep as an international touring musician with Björk, Olafur Arnalds, Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar.

Delago incorporates percussive instruments found on those worldwide tours–from places such as Vietnam, Russia, Turkey and Indonesia–with an aim to create an electronic-inspired album in an acoustic form. “I wanted to incorporate elements of the electronic music that influences me; I used clarinets and accordion like warm analog synthesizers, and added strings and trombone to give it an orchestral but yet very intimate character“ he explains

Expect a unique sonic journey.

 

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Manu Delago Ensemble

Doors: 7.00pm
Performance starts –  8.00pm
Performance ends 9.30pm

Manu Delago plays with a live eight piece band, performing tracks from the new album ‘Circadian’.

featuring Manu Delago (Handpans & Drums)
Georg Gratzer and Pepe Auer (Woodwinds)
Alois Eberl (Trombone & Accordion)
Bernie Mallinger (Violin)
Jenny Ames (Viola)
Clemens Rofner (Bass)
Charly Mair (Percussion)
Chris Norz (Percussion)

Circadian (out 13th September via One Little Indian Records) takes the listener through the cycle of sleep stages, emulating REM, light sleep, deep sleep and an abrupt awakening. Delago was inspired by the concept of individual circadian rhythms, due in part to his own lack of sleep as an international touring musician with Björk, Olafur Arnalds, Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar.

Delago incorporates percussive instruments found on those worldwide tours–from places such as Vietnam, Russia, Turkey and Indonesia–with an aim to create an electronic-inspired album in an acoustic form. “I wanted to incorporate elements of the electronic music that influences me; I used clarinets and accordion like warm analog synthesizers, and added strings and trombone to give it an orchestral but yet very intimate character“ he explains

Expect a unique sonic journey.

 

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