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Giancarlo Erra is celebrating the release of his debut solo album with an intimate night in his hometown of Rome.
This bundle gives you a ticket to the show and you will collect a signed copy of the album on digipak cd (with signed postcard) on the night.
Ticket price of £17.99 includes a copy of the digipak cd. This will not be posted to you and must be collected at the venue on the night of the concert.
Saturday, 13th April 2019. Doors open: 9pm.
Auditorium Lo Sciamano
Via Costantino Morin, 30 - 00195 Rome (Italy)
Important Information: Your order confirmation email is your e-ticket, please bring this with you plus ID matching the name of the e-ticket at the point of entry. No refunds or returns will be issued*, reselling of this ticket is prohibited. If you need to change the name for any reason, please contact email@example.com. (*If the concert is cancelled, the cost of your ticket(s) will be refunded; Burning Shed and Kscope are not responsible for any additional refunds, or for any resulting costs you may incur for travel, accommodation, any other related goods or service, or other compensation.)
CD in digipak with a 16-page booklet.
Orders through Burning Shed will come with a hi-res stereo and a surround sound 5.1 download on the release date, and a signed postcard.
Comprising a suite of eight thematically linked instrumentals, Ends deploys sparse piano patterns, synth textures, eerily beautiful string quartet performances, and subtle electronic pulses to create a compelling whole that establishes Erra as a composer of rare sensitivity and singular purpose.
Recalling the tonal contemporary classical miniatures of Arvo Pärt and Max Richter, the soundtracks of Nils Frahm and Clint Mansell, and the early electronica of the likes of Roedelius and Schulze, Ends presents a connected series of suspended sonic reveries that shift and build in unexpected and frequently heartbreaking ways.
Produced and performed by Erra - along with a Danish / Icelandic quartet comprising Elis Marteinsson (violin), Krista Sverrisdóttir (violin), Nicolaj Nielsen (viola) and Quynh Lephan (cello) - some of the album’s vividly cinematic soundscapes will be used in a forthcoming documentary film by Australian film-maker Dion Johnson.
Freed from the constraints of writing songs and creating frameworks for his long-running post-rock collective Nosound, with Ends Erra has delivered the purest distillation of his musical vision.
In abandoning his voice, Giancarlo Erra has discovered a new one.
1. End III [4:05]
2. End II [4:03]
3. End I [5:25]
4. End VII [6:44]
5. End V [4:24]
6. End IV [5:06]
7. End VI [4:42]
8. Ends Coda [4:02]