An evening of piano, grime, jazz and dance
Joining the line-up is a solo piano set combining the rhodes and synths from Norwegian modern jazz musician Bugge Wesseltoft, East London MC Trim combines grime alongside the piano sounds of pianist Matthew Bourne for a very special collaboration. Berlin-based percussionist Andrea Belfi who is featured on Nils Frahm’s Nonkeen album will improvise alongside British piano and effects duo Dead Light. In between performances dance artist Frankie J of Neon Dance will improvise to piano music
Sound and lighting will be provided by Terence Goodchild and Stuart Bailes, responsible for Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds and Johann Johansson’s acclaimed live shows.
Piano Day at Union Chapel marks FLOAT’s first project on their new website.
A limited number of tickets for the show that come with a limited edition copy of Nils Frahm’s Spaces album (black cover version) are available at the FLOAT store