Roger Eno @ London Unwrapped | Sounds of a Migrant City
Roger Eno performs his first London recital after the release of the critically-acclaimed Mixing Colours.
Eno accompanies his trademark hauntingly sparse piano pieces with visual interpretations to create an atmosphere that envelopes the audience.
‘…slowly unspooling, generative beauty feels like a balm for these anxious times’ The Observer
‘Contemplative, calming and really rather beautiful, this is the kind of music that creates an inner world you won’t want to leave. As the world collapses, it’s hard to imagine a better way to self-soothe than immersing yourself in Mixing Colours’ The Times ★★★★★
‘A music experience of profound stillness and calm’ The Arts Desk ★★★★
‘Elegant and haunting’ Mojo
Sounds of a Migrant City | Throughout 2021
London has been a melting pot since its earliest days, both a place of refuge, a glittering cultural nexus, the most cosmopolitan of all British cities. This year-long series aims to delve into four hundred years of London’s musical past, with its dazzling display and troubling undercurrents, its openness, opportunities and barriers. The series highlights a music story that always been driven forward, disrupted, shaped and inspired by outsiders and immigrant communities, and showcases the diversity of creativity in the city today. Featuring artists in residence Iestyn Davies and Cassie Kinoshi, Allan Clayton, Elena Urioste, Aurora Orchestra, The Sixteen, Phantasm and many more.