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Friday, November 12

Join Barbican Theatre at Market Hall’s incredible 360Dome at Market Hall Plymouth as Larkhall’s beautiful live piano music comes to life with incredible reactive visual projections.

Piano, visual art and technology collide in Larkhall’s moving, cinematic performance. A composer, pianist and creative coder, he has written software to turn the nuances of each performance into reactive visual projections. His music has earned accolades from across Europe and the USA, with his 2019 album The Sea Was Never Blue reaching the #2 spot on the iTunes Classical chart.

Described as “Vividly beautiful” and “Exceptional… very powerful, something you need to experience”, this album introduced his unique style of new classical piano music coupled with generative video.

As a concert pianist, Larkhall was awarded the jury prize for new music at the Shostakovich International Piano Competition, and was twice selected for the prestigious Britten Pears Arts fellowship. As a technologist, he has worked with multi-Grammy-award-winning group eighth blackbird. He is proud to acknowledge support from Arts Council England, Help Musicians, and UKRI.

Tickets
These are Pay What You Decide performances. You will be presented with suggested prices but the decision of what you’ll pay will be entirely your choice, including nothing. You can pay when you book or after you’ve seen the performance.

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