6 April 19:00
Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh
Ludovico Einaudi is one of the most famous contemporary composers, whose works are performed in the world’s best concert halls. The Italian musician harmoniously combines the unbroken traditions of classical music, modern acoustic sound, ethnic motives, dynamism of contemporary music and meditativeness in his works. Einaudi sees himself as a guide to the world of classical music for a wider audience. Ludovico’s music for the films brought him even more recognition. Largely due to his life-affirming melodies, the French comedy "The Intouchables" has touched the hearts of millions of people worldwide.

Today, Einaudi's music can be heard literally everywhere — but at our concert, the works of the famous Italian musician will be performed in the studio’s original music style. The concert will feature both the most popular compositions of the author, such as Experience, Una Mattina, Fly, Primavera, as well as lesser-known ones. Among them: Elements, Divenire, Petricor, Andare, Elegy for the Arctic, and others. All of our arrangements are an example of interpretation of Einaudi's original music, co-creation with it.

Every Simple Music Ensemble World concert is a memorable event, filled with vibrant impressions and genuine emotions. The band performs in various group casts, ranging from trios to septets. Regardless of the number of members, the musicians create an amazing atmosphere in a concert hall, which attracts the audience and encourages them to attend these performances.

Simple Music Ensemble World is a Chamber Music Community that raises concerts on the world's best stages and unites professional musicians from different countries who sincerely love their work. The team is multifaceted and is continuously developing, introducing new ideas, expanding the boundaries of their creative activity.

ludovico einaudi

The concert will feature world-famous works by an outstanding Italian composer.
Ludovico Einaudi himself will not be present at the concert. Simple Music Ensemble World will perform Einaudi's music, but will not play with him personally.