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Mon 24 Jul, 8pm

Cabin Artists & Pavilion Theatre Present

Luke Howard ft. Responsve

"Absolutely heavenly" - BBC Radio 6 Music

Composer, pianist and Australian Music Prize nominee Luke Howard has established himself as one of the most important and exciting musicians in contemporary classical music. On record and in concert, Howard has been at the forefront of opening up piano music to a new generation, while challenging the notion of what can be achieved in the form.

Cabin Artists and Pavilion Theatre are proud to present an exclusive Irish date for his new show that reimagines the performance space and pushes the boundaries of classical music. Created in collaboration with digital artist Simon Burgin (Responsve) this immersive audio-visual experience features a live suite of generative digital artworks that reinterpret and respond to Howard’s compositions. 

Eight years on from the release of his compelling debut album Sun, Cloud, Howard has turned the adversity of Melbourne's extended lockdown into artistic triumph with his new record for Mercury KX, All of Us. As a sense of normality returns to the city, All of Us will remain a beautifully moving document of a unique time in history.
Howard’s first film soundtrack The Sand That Ate The Sea for director Matthew Thorne’s documentary about the Australian outback was nominated for Best Soundtrack at the ARIA Awards. He has worked on ballets with The Royal Ballet at Covent Garden and Atlanta Ballet. As well as his solo music, he leads The Luke Howard Trio and has made albums with jazz bassist Janos Bruneel and Grammy-winning trumpeter Nadje Noordhuis.