Presented with a string quintet
Live in the Ballroom
One of the world's foremost ambient producers
Fotografiska Berlin welcomes Roger Eno for an intimate evening in our Ballroom. Having recently released The Skies, They Shift Like Chords, his second critically acclaimed solo album on the iconic Deutsche Grammophon label, Eno will perform both new and classic pieces from his wide-ranging career as one of the world’s foremost ambient producers. Pairing innovating visual installations with sparse and haunting piano compositions and a string quintet, Eno’s live performances create a unique atmosphere that transports the audience into a world of his own creation. Join us to experience this singular artist as he enters a new stage of his musical journey.
About Roger Eno
Roger Eno’s long and storied career as a composer of experimental, neo-classical, and ambient music began with 1983’s Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, which saw him work alongside his brother Brian for the first time. His atmospheric soundtrack work continued on legendary films like Dune, 9 1/2 Weeks, and Trainspotting, while also recording solo albums to showcase his more personal work. His new album, The Skies, They Shift Like Chords, which uses spontaneous sketches to build stark and sparse compositions, was recently released on Deutsche Gramophone.
Wednesday, November 22nd
Includes access to all museum exhibitions from 6pm