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Hinako Omori

Stillness, Softness… For Piano, Strings and Harp

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Japanese born composer Hinako Omori presents new arrangements of songs from recent album Stillness, Softness… Originally written for synthesizers, these reimagined versions with strings and harp explore the boundaries between natural and synthesized sound worlds, on themes of dreams versus reality, solitude, and reconnecting with and finding peace within ourselves.


‘a record filled with familial abstracts, so textured you can touch it’ – Loud and Quiet

‘the songs are immaculately crafted’ – Clash Magazine

‘across 10 tracks that seamlessly flow into one another, Omori invites her listener on a participatory journey in which memory and consciousness are configured through forests, oceans and gardens’ – Pitchfork

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Duration: 1 hour


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16 May

08:00 pm

£7.50 - £22.00

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