Budapest Spring Festival — #thisismyplace
Manu Delago 
Photographer: Pascal Triponez
Manu Delago Ensemble: Circadian
A38 Ship — Concert Hall
16th April, 2020 8.00 pm

#cancelled

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Ticket prices

3900 Ft | 4500 Ft

Ft 3900 (in advance)
Ft 4500 (on the day of the concert at the venue)
8 pm Golnar & Mahan
9 pm Manu Delago Ensemble

The members of the band: Manu Delago – handpan, Isa Kurz – voice, violin, piano, Christof Dienz – bassoon, Georg Gratzer – woodwind instruments, Clemens Rofner – double bass, Chris Norz – percussion

Manu Delago is an internationally acknowledged player of the handpan, a percussion instrument developed in the 21st century. He collaborates with such iconic artists and ensembles as Björk, Ólafur Arnalds, the Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar. At his concert on the A38 Ship, he will perform material from Circadian, his 2019 record.
“Before I made this album I had a phase of very intense touring with multiple trips to five different continents, without a break for several months. It literally felt like touring with four bands simultaneously and in my dreams the music and crews started to commingle. I found it interesting how my brain was trying to digest all these experiences during sleep hours. In that stressful touring period, I started to consciously appreciate sleep and how much it contributes to mastering any challenge,” said Manu Delago about the origin of the record’s concept.
Delago’s previous album, the multi-award-winning Parasol Peak, was recorded under extreme circumstances, on a mountain, creating an ambience he could hardly reproduce live. For performances of Circadian, he has enlisted musicians who can ensure the sound is spot on.

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint program with A38 Ship.

A38 Ship
Budapest, Petőfi híd, budai hídfő

Manu Delago Ensemble: Circadian

Manu Delago 
Photographer: Pascal Triponez
8 pm Golnar & Mahan
9 pm Manu Delago Ensemble

The members of the band: Manu Delago – handpan, Isa Kurz – voice, violin, piano, Christof Dienz – bassoon, Georg Gratzer – woodwind instruments, Clemens Rofner – double bass, Chris Norz – percussion

Manu Delago is an internationally acknowledged player of the handpan, a percussion instrument developed in the 21st century. He collaborates with such iconic artists and ensembles as Björk, Ólafur Arnalds, the Cinematic Orchestra and Anoushka Shankar. At his concert on the A38 Ship, he will perform material from Circadian, his 2019 record.
“Before I made this album I had a phase of very intense touring with multiple trips to five different continents, without a break for several months. It literally felt like touring with four bands simultaneously and in my dreams the music and crews started to commingle. I found it interesting how my brain was trying to digest all these experiences during sleep hours. In that stressful touring period, I started to consciously appreciate sleep and how much it contributes to mastering any challenge,” said Manu Delago about the origin of the record’s concept.
Delago’s previous album, the multi-award-winning Parasol Peak, was recorded under extreme circumstances, on a mountain, creating an ambience he could hardly reproduce live. For performances of Circadian, he has enlisted musicians who can ensure the sound is spot on.

This concert of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint program with A38 Ship.

A38 Ship — Concert Hall
16th April, 2020 8.00 pm

#cancelled

event Youtube

Ticket prices

3900 Ft | 4500 Ft

Ft 3900 (in advance)
Ft 4500 (on the day of the concert at the venue)
A38 Ship
Budapest, Petőfi híd, budai hídfő

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