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Max Richter – Recomposed: Vivaldi’s – The Four Seasons & Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works.

Max Richter, known as one of the most influential figures on the contemporary music scene, has been producing ground-breaking work as a composer, pianist, recording artist and collaborator since the early 2000s.

He is best known for his genre-defining solo albums, which includes his lauded debut Memoryhouse, The Blue Notebooks (named by the Guardian as one of the best classical music works of the 21st Century), and the eight-hour epic SLEEP, which was chosen by Pitchfork magazine as one of the 50 best ambient albums of all time, as well as by BBC 6 Music as their Album of the Year.

Alongside his critically acclaimed solo albums, Richter also composes music for stage, opera, ballet and screen, with his music being regularly used in cinema. Richter’s music and compositions have appeared in the likes of The Crown, Black Mirror, Peaky Blinders, and Mary Queen of Scots, which won him a Best Original Score for a Feature Film at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards.

Having achieved millions of streams and one million album sales as of December 2019, Richter’s music remains as relevant and inspiring as ever, ensuring that his performance in West London will be a multi-genre masterclass.

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