Arts Projects Australian presents

Italian maestro Ludovico Einaudi to tour his latest release ELEMENTS on February 2017

Tickets On Sale – Monday September 26  

Adelaide Festival Centre  February  8   Brisbane QPAC February 10  Perth Concert Hall February 13 Melbourne Hamer Hall – Arts Centre February 14 Sydney – February 15 to be announced

Chart-topping Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi returns to Australia with his band in February 2017 to tour his highly anticipated release Elements. In 2015 the beautiful poignant work became the first classical work in 23 years to reach the top 15 of the UK charts. It will be visually brought to life on stage on the Australian tour through the use of striking multimedia and lighting techniques.

“One of the most popular pianists and composers of today” – Classic FM

“Pianist with rock god tendencies” – Daily Telegraph

“Expect to feel transported and mesmerised” – Daily Telegraph

Born in Turin, Italy he  trained as a classical composer and pianist. He became one of the most influential and popular composers in UK, Europe and beyond. Einaudi’s genre-defying music has been described as minimalist, alt-classical, ambient and contemporaryLuminous, emotive and always supremely refined, Ludovico Einaudi’s performances have attracted an ever growing audience over the last two decades whose diversity and devotion are without parallel.

image-3In addition to creating hauntingly and evocative music which top the charts, he has composed a host of outstanding film scores, Black Swan, Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar and box-office record breaker The Intouchables.  Many of Einadi’s award-winning scores became successful albums in their own right, Doctor Zhivago (2002) Shane Meadows’ highly  acclaimed film This Is England ( 2006) and its television sequel This Is England ’86 (2010) which brought him a BAFTA nomination.

Einaudi became a floating platform in June this year when he performed a solo piano original work Elegy for the Arctic against the backdrop of the Wahlenbergbreen glacier on the Arctic Ocean.

The concert was an attempt to draw attention to the plight of the region.


Don’t miss this opportunity to witness his stirring songbook live – a performance experience that has moved audiences across the world.