Brian Eno / Ships

In conversation with Estonian-American conductor Kristjan Järvi.

It starts in Venice with the Golden Lion Lifetime Achievement award. Then on October 30th Brian Eno will return to the stage in London at the Southbank Centre – having only appeared live a handful of times throughout his career. Performing his 2016 album “The Ship” plus “Classic compositions and other works”. Alongside longer-term collaborators like Leo Abrahams and Melanie Pappenheim. To help him realise this vision he will be accompanied by the Baltic Sea Philharmonic who are led by the force that is Kristjan Jarvi. We catch up with Kristjan ahead of the shows and talk place, philosophy and Brian.

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