22.11.2023, Fotografiska Ballroom
The ticket entitles you to admission to the concert as well as to the exhibitions starting at 18:00.
ABOUT ROGER ENO
Roger Eno's long and successful career as a composer of experimental, neoclassical and ambient music began in 1983 with the album "Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks," on which he first collaborated with his brother Brian. He worked on legendary soundtracks for films such as Dune, 9 1/2 Weeks and Trainspotting, but at the same time released solo albums to develop his personal work. In the 1990s, with albums like Lost in Translation and Swimming, Eno combined his trademark ambient with elements of pop, folk and minimalism. At the same time, he presented his art at prestigious sites such as Tate Britain, the Aldeburgh Fringe Festival, the Nocturnal Museum in East Anglia, medieval churches and various locations in Europe. His new album, "The Skies, They Shift Like Chords," in which he uses musical snapshots to create sparse compositions, was recently released by Deutsche Grammophon.This content has been machine translated.