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Max Richter On The Nature Of Daylight

Max Richter – A Catalogue of Afternoons
Max Richter – Departure Lullaby
Max Richter – Horizons Variations
Max Richter – Vladimir’s Blues guitar arr.
Max Richter – Vladimir’s Blues
Max Richter Embers
Max Richter H In New England
Max Richter Infra 3
Max Richter Only Questions_
Max Richter The Leftovers
Max Richter The Twins
Max Richter written on the sky

Max Richter A Lamenting Song
Max Richter Book Piano Works
Max Richter Dream 1 By Max Richter From Sleep Befre The Wind Blows It All Away
Max Richter November For Violin And Piano
Max Richter Summer Recomposed Vivaldi’s Four Seasons – Max Richter
Max Richter The End Of All Our Exploring From The Leftlovers
Max Richter Winter Recomposed Vivaldi’s Four Seasons – Max Richter

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Max Richter – On The Nature Of Daylight (Entropy)

Max Richter: On The Nature Of Daylight (Entropy) Taken from ‘The Blue Notebooks’ (2018) – new recording.

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Who is Max Richter?

Max Richter born 22 March 1966) is a German-born British composer and pianist. He works within postminimalist and contemporary classical styles.

Max Richter is classically trained, having graduated in composition from the University of Edinburgh, the Royal Academy of Music in London, and studied with Luciano Berio in Italy.

Richter arranges, performs, and composes music for stage, opera, ballet and screen. He has collaborated with other musicians, as well as with performance, installation and media artists. He has recorded eight solo albums, and his music is widely used in cinema, such as the score of Ari Folman’s animated war film Waltz with Bashir (2008).

As of December 2019, Richter has passed one billion streams and one million album sales.

Max Richter stands as one of the most prodigious figures on the contemporary music scene, with ground-breaking work as a composer, pianist, producer, and collaborator. From synthesizers and computers to a full symphony orchestra, Richter’s innovative work encompasses solo albums, ballets, concert hall performances, film and television series, video art installations and theatre works.  He is Classically trained, studying at Edinburgh University, the Royal Academy of Music, London, and completing his studies with composer Luciano Berio in Florence,

Memoryhouse”, Richter’s 2002 debut, has been described by The Independent, and Pitchfork Magazine as a “landmark”, while his 2004 album “The Blue Notebooks” was chosen by The Guardian as one of the best Classical works of the century. “SLEEP”, his eight-and-a-half-hour concert work, has been broadcast and performed worldwide, including at the Sydney Opera House, Berlin’s Kraftwerk, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, the Philharmonie de Paris, and at the Barbican, London. In 2012 Richter “Recomposed” the infamous Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, winning him the prestigious ECHO Classic Award, and an established place in the classical charts.

In recent years Richter’s music has become a mainstay for many of the world’s leading ballet companies, including The Mariinski Ballet, La Scala Milan, The Joffrey Ballet, New York City Ballet, The Paris Opera Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Semper Oper, and NDT, while his collaborations with Wayne McGregor for The Royal Ballet have been widely acclaimed.

Richter has written prolifically for film and television, with recent projects including HostilesBlack MirrorTaboo – which gained him an Emmy nomination, HBO series The Leftovers and My Brilliant Friend and most recently White Boy RickMary Queen of Scots and the sci-fi drama Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt. His music is also featured in Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, Ari Folman’s Waltz With Bashir and in the Oscar-winning Arrival by Denis Villeneuve.

Richter’s most recent commissions are from the city of Bonn to mark the Beethoven 250th year anniversary, and a further collaboration between Richter, Margaret Attwood and Wayne McGregor, based on Atwood’s Maddaddam trilogy of novels, premiering in Toronto in September 2022.

His latest recorded project, The New Four Seasons, was released in 2022 marking ten years of his Vivaldi Recomposed project, re-recording the piece with period instruments.

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