Francesco Tristano returns to play Live at Fabric on Friday 2nd March.
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Luxembourg born pianist and composer, Francesco Tristano, has created rising fascination in recent years. From playing live (electronic show) in the world’s best clubs to playing live in classical concert venues, Tristano’s wide repertoire spans baroque, classical contemporary, and electronic music and reflects his experience and playing ability. Purists of the classical and techno camps agree that they don't know what to do with the young musician who refuses to stick to the rules.
Everything Tristano does is an expression of an open-minded attitude that refuses to accept stylistic borders and constrictions. A way of thinking that attracted Carl Craig to invite him to play live alongside himself and Moritz Von Oswald, performing at prestigious venues like London’s Southbank Centre, Vienna Opera House and Amsterdam’s ADE event. He is also part of Aufgang - They blend 2 grand pianos, live drums, and techno-inspired electronics into invigorating displays of virtuosity, which evoke the Club and the Classical without really belonging to either one, their second album ‘Istiklaliya’ is released on InFine in April, check the opening track here: http://www.infine-music.com/news/286/aufgang-new-album. In 2012, Tristano was featured on Mirko Loko’s Visionquest release ‘Timeline’ (check here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkMtMZnRRSA) and earlier this year released solo EP 'Ground Bass' on Deutsche Grammophon with remixes by Brandt Brauer Frick and Kirk Degiorgio. http://www.deutschegrammophon.com/cat/single?sort=newest_rec&PRODUCT_NR=4810015&SearchString=tristano&UNBUYABLE=1&per_page=50&flow_per_page=50&presentation=flow
For Tristano’s solo live show, which he has showcased in such venues as Space Ibiza, Rex Paris, Moog Barcelona:
Watergate Berlin, Unit Tokyo, Trouw Amsterdam and Deep Space in New York, Tristano will play Fabric Room 1 on March 2nd, bringing along a new live set up including 4 analogue and digital synths, 32 channel sound card, live sound processing, MIDI and audio sequencing. The show will be, as always with Tristano, completely live and will include his track ‘The Melody’ and his version of Derrick May’s ‘Strings Of Life’
Check www.francescotristano.com for full Francesco Tristano history, discography and for news on upcoming perforamnes including Amsterdam, Sonar Barcelona, Cocorico, duet performances with Moritz Von Oswald (Basel, Berlin) and classical recitals.