Nils Frahm – Live at the Philharmonie de Paris

Fusing neoclassical and electronic music, pianist Nils Frahm has been taking us on a musical odyssey that is both soaring and danceable since the mid-2000s. In doing so, he has paved the way for a whole generation of artists adept at hybridization and has become the object of a rare fervor, from his fans to critics and the general public.

Creator of Piano Day and a proponent of improvisation, the German virtuoso moves on stage between keyboards, instruments (percussions, glass harmonica…) and machines to deliver compositions of vibrant elegance, like the tracks from Music for Animals, a pure ambient opus released in 2022.

In the depths of the Philharmonie de Paris, at the controls of an impressive sound vessel, the forty-something deploys his sophisticated enchantments, between new pieces from the album Day and a review of classics. A flawless performance.

Filmed on March 21, 2024 at the Philharmonie de Paris.

Here are some additional details about the concert:

Date: March 21, 2024
Venue: Philharmonie de Paris
Album: Day (2024)
Instruments: Piano, percussion, glass harmonica, and machines
Setlist: A mix of new pieces from the album Day and classics
Overall, the review is very positive. The reviewer praises Frahm’s music, his stage presence, and the overall concert experience. They also note that Frahm is a pioneer in the neoclassical genre and that he has a large and devoted fan base.

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