Gabriel Kahane to Tour Europe in March

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Gabriel Kahane, who heads to Europe and the UK this month for a London Jazz Festival set at the Southbank Centre and two nights in Copenhagen with the Danish String Quartet, has just announced a return to the Continent next March. The tour begins at the Philharmonie de Luxembourg on March 2, followed by a night at the Elbphilhrmonie in Hamburg and shows in Cologne, Lyon, Paris, Cenon, and Chateauroux. 

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Gabriel Kahane, who heads to Europe and the UK this month for a London Jazz Festival set at the Southbank Centre and two nights in Copenhagen with the Danish String Quartet, has just announced a return to the Continent next March. The tour begins at the Philharmonie de Luxembourg on March 2, followed by a night at the Elbphilhrmonie in Hamburg and shows in Cologne, Lyon, Paris, Cenon, and Chateauroux. For details and tickets, see below; for all the latest, including upcoming US performances, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Kahane’s new album, Magnificent Bird, released this past March on Nonesuch, chronicles the final month of a year spent off the internet. "Deft, prose poem-like songs: an illuminating humanity is absolutely key," says Mojo. "A most eloquent exploration of our current lot." The San Francisco Chronicle calls it "a gorgeous, intimate collection ... glistening and magical." Guest musicians include Sam Amidon, Punch Brothers' Chris Thile and Paul Kowert, Caroline Shaw, and Mountain Man's Amelia Meath. You can get it and hear it here.

GABRIEL KAHANE ON TOUR IN EUROPE

Nov 20 Southbank Centre London,UK
Nov 23&24 DSQ Festival Copenhagen, DENMARK
     
Mar 2 Philharmonie Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Mar 4 Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, GERMANY
Mar 5 Stadtgarten Cologne, GERMANY
Mar 9 Opéra Lyon, FRANCE
Mar 10 Café de la Danse Paris, FRANCE
Mar 11 Le Rocher de Palmer Cenon, FRANCE
Mar 12 Equinoxe Chateauroux, FRANCE
     
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Gabriel Kahane: European Tour, March 2023
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022
    Gabriel Kahane to Tour Europe in March

    Gabriel Kahane, who heads to Europe and the UK this month for a London Jazz Festival set at the Southbank Centre and two nights in Copenhagen with the Danish String Quartet, has just announced a return to the Continent next March. The tour begins at the Philharmonie de Luxembourg on March 2, followed by a night at the Elbphilhrmonie in Hamburg and shows in Cologne, Lyon, Paris, Cenon, and Chateauroux. For details and tickets, see below; for all the latest, including upcoming US performances, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Kahane’s new album, Magnificent Bird, released this past March on Nonesuch, chronicles the final month of a year spent off the internet. "Deft, prose poem-like songs: an illuminating humanity is absolutely key," says Mojo. "A most eloquent exploration of our current lot." The San Francisco Chronicle calls it "a gorgeous, intimate collection ... glistening and magical." Guest musicians include Sam Amidon, Punch Brothers' Chris Thile and Paul Kowert, Caroline Shaw, and Mountain Man's Amelia Meath. You can get it and hear it here.

    GABRIEL KAHANE ON TOUR IN EUROPE

    Nov 20 Southbank Centre London,UK
    Nov 23&24 DSQ Festival Copenhagen, DENMARK
         
    Mar 2 Philharmonie Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
    Mar 4 Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, GERMANY
    Mar 5 Stadtgarten Cologne, GERMANY
    Mar 9 Opéra Lyon, FRANCE
    Mar 10 Café de la Danse Paris, FRANCE
    Mar 11 Le Rocher de Palmer Cenon, FRANCE
    Mar 12 Equinoxe Chateauroux, FRANCE
         
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