Saturday 25 January
The Italian maestro returns to Melbourne for one night only!
Ludovico Einaudi has thrilled audiences on sold out tours around the world. He has performed to audiences in extraordinary outdoor arena’s including the 22,000 seat Waldbuhne Berlin, the 14,000 seat Verona Arena and even the Roman Caracalla Baths!
This summer he brings Seven Days Walking – his current spectacular, plus four decades of genre-defying favourites to the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl (celebrating its 60th anniversary year) for his first-ever outdoor performance in Australia.
Famed for his rippling, cinematic music and immersive experiences, the world’s most streamed classical artist’s work has spanned best-selling solo albums, film and television scores and stunning live performances. Einaudi has pushed beyond musical boundaries melding his wide-ranging influences from neo-classical, ambient, pop, rock, folk and experimental forms.
Accompanied by stunning visuals, Redi Hasa on cello, and Federico Mecozzi on Violin and Viola, this will be an evening of sumptuous classical beauty anchored by his signature, minimalistic piano figures.
This is a unique and transcendent experience not to be missed.
Box Office 5:30pm
Gates Open 7:00pm
Show Commences: 8:30pm
Sidney Myer Music Bowl is located in the Kings Domain Parklands, Linlithgow Avenue, Melbourne. There is only one entry gate and all ticket holders will be required to enter via this gate. The gate is referred to as Gate 1 and is located in front of the King George Monument.
Cloaking is available free of charge and can be found adjacent to the main entry. Please note Arts Centre Melbourne cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to your cloaked items.
The following items are not permitted into the venue:
Seating is not provided on the lawn however there will be Lawn Chairs for hire on site and you are welcome to bring your own portable seating with you.
Accessible seating is available for wheelchair users and their companions. Just talk to one of our staff at the entrance who can assist.
A selection of food and beverage options will be available for sale in the venue. Licensing laws do not allow any alcohol to be brought into the venue and proof of age photo ID will be required to enter the venue. There are also several pre and post show dining options available within the Arts Centre Melbourne Theatres building (approx. 5 min walk from the Sidney Myer Music Bowl). For more information read here.