Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Thursday 1 April.
Presented in association with Soundcrash, AVAWAVES are Anna Phoebe and Aisling Brouwer – a classically trained duo who create ambient soundscapes based on an intricate interplay between violin and piano.
Effortlessly transcending the constraints of modern neo-classical music, AVAWAVES are rooted in cinematic narratives, evoking emotional journeys of the heart and mind.
Anna Phoebe is a composer and violinist who has recorded and toured throughout the world with multi-platinum selling bands, as well as via collaborations with the European Space Agency, Royal Ballet School and Cancer Research.
Aisling Brouwer is a film composer and producer who scored the BIFA-nominated anti-racist punk feature White Riot and is currently writing the soundtrack to Lioness – a film directed by Helena Coan about British boxing champion Nicola Adams.
The duo’s debut album Waves was released in 2019. Their ambitious new single Chrysalis is out on 31 March via One Little Independent Records.
Part of Journeys, a festival celebrating 150 years of immigration, curated by Nitin Sawhney.
‘As European immigrants to this country, it is a huge honour to take part in Nitin’s week of celebrations at the Royal Albert Hall, marking 150 years of immigration to the UK and 150 years of the RAH. Through our music we celebrate the European heritage of our joint cultural roots in Ireland, Scotland, The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Greece and Italy.’ – AVAWAVES