Laulasmaa Luke Howard
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- 1Leap (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)04:47
- 2Starlight (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)04:32
- 3Darklight (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)06:36
- 4Halcyon (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)03:43
- 5A Bad Dream That Will Pass Away (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)03:43
- 6Bower (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)05:16
- 7Atlases (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)07:52
- 8Closing (Live at the Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia / 2022)01:42
Info for Laulasmaa
Luke Howard is an Australian composer and pianist whose albums have thrice made the Australian Music Prize long list. He has written extensively for dance, film and theatre, most recently composing ‘Interlinked’ for the Birmingham Royal Ballet and choreographer Juliano Nunes. In 2022 Luke released ‘All of Us’, an album inspired by Albert Camus’ ‘La Peste’ and written during Melbourne’s long lockdown. In his first European concert since the pandemic, and only one in 2022, he will perform music from this and previous records.
Luke Howard, piano
studied classical piano as a child before graduating with honours from the Victorian College of the Arts. He was twice a finalist in the Montreux Jazz Festival Solo Piano Competition and has written music for both film and theatre.
In recent years Luke has opened for Benjamin Clementine and Ben Frost, and performed with artists as diverse as Lior and Jeff Mills. His music has been described as “totally sublime” (Headphone Commute, February 2014), “absolutely heavenly” (Mary Anne Hobbs, July 2013), and “cinematic in its approach” (The Age, October 2009).
Luke divides his time between Europe and Australia. In 2013 he released the Australian Music Prize long-listed record Sun, Cloud. Luke’s score to Where Do Lilacs Come From won Best Music for a Short Film at the 2014 APRA/AMCOS Screen Music Awards. His second solo album, Two Places, was released in April 2016.
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