Paavli․LIVE: Ben Frost

Reede, 12. aprill kell 21:00 - 23:30

Paavli Kultuurivabrik • Paavli 7, 10412 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Eesti

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A maestro of minimalist compositions and experimental music, Ben Frost will be giving a full concert at Paavli Kultuurivabrik on the 12th of April.

His latest statement, Scope Neglect, recorded with Car Bomb guitarist Greg Kubacki and My Disco bassist Liam Andrews, is set for release a month before his show, on March 1, 2024 by none other than Mute.

With influences ranging from classical minimalism to punk ronk and black metal, the Australian-born composer has had a two decade long career that has reverberated across film, television and opera, earning acclaim for his score on Julia Leigh’s Palme d’Or-nominated Sleeping Beauty and scores for TV series such as 1899, Raised By Wolves with Ridley Scott, Fortitude and the glocal cult hit series Dark. His Opera creations, including The Wasp Factory and The Murder of Halit Yozgat -a collaboration with London-based research agency Forensic Architecture have been performed at London’s Royal Opera House and Hannover’s Staatsoper, cementing his position in the world of contemporary music and live arts. He has collaborated with contemporary dance companies Chunky Move, the Icelandic Dance Company and the British choreographer Wayne McGregor. Other collaborations include the likes of Swans, Björk, Tim Hecker and Nico Muhly — showcasing the diverse talent of the singular individual known as Ben Forst.

Following successful exhibitions for Broken Spectre; the latest result of his extensive collaboration with acclaimed visual artist Richard Mosse, which was shown at London’s 180 Studios, Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria, ARS Electronica, and The Momentary Museum Bentonville, Arkansas in 2023, the New York debut of Broken Spectre opens at the Jack Shainman Gallery on January 12 (continuing until 16 March). Ben Frost’s solo installation Among The Petals, a new commission for The Momentary Museum is a multichannel, 3-story vertical sound sculpture, on show through April 2024, this follows the acclaimed solo installation work A Predatory Chord which Frost debuted in Athens in May.

Paavli Kultuurivabrik • Paavli 7, 10412 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Eesti

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