Ludovico Einaudi

If you are anyhow related to music or you just appreciate it, you must know who this great man is.

Today TapeMe is talking about one of the most inspiring composers of our decade – Ludovico Einaudi. 

He is an Italian pianist and composer born in the middle of 20th. century. He has finished his studies in Milan, Conservatorio Verdi, and later on was following his career as a musician.

You might even know him from the famous movies, because many times he appeared in the captions as a composer of the scores. Among his works you can find a soundtrack for the “The Intouchables”, “I’m Still Here”, “Doctor Zhivago” and many others. 

Ludovico Einaudi is no doubt a very talented musician, because over his career he managed to incorporate such music genres and styles as pop, rock, folk music, minimalist and new-age. Nowadays he is signed to Decca Records for his solo releases. He released his first solo piano album  “Le Onde” in 1996 which was absolutely fantastic and it enjoyed mainstream success especially in UK and Italy.

Today we are talking about him, because it is a time for a tour. This performance is a must see at least once in your life, if you appreciate the sensual music and the virtuoso on the piano. The concerts are going to take place all over Europe and next counties are : Portugal, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Netherlands. If you happen to be there, TapeMe highly recommends this event to be noted down in your agenda. You can check the concerts schedule by clicking this link.

Do not miss a chance of meeting a famous composer of our time to enjoy the true piano playing!

 

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