Nils Frahm

Saturday 18 July 2020 / 22.30 – 00.00 h. / Main Stage

Doors open at 15.30 h.
Your ticket gives you access to all concerts of this festival day.
This is a standing concert day.

Saturday 18 July 2020
Main Stage
22.30-00.00 h. – Nils Frahm
20.15-21.30 h. – Portico Quartet
18.15-19.30 h. – TBC
16.30-17.30 h. – John Ghost

Garden Stage
00.00-01.00 h. – Dijf Sanders
21.40-22.15 h. – TBC
19.35-20.10 h. – TBC
17.35-18.10 h. – TBC

You have undoubtedly heard that the piano is hot again, but even with an ever-growing number of competitors, there is still no one as hot as Nils Frahm. The Berlin pianist, composer and – not least – dogged synthesizer enthusiast is still – fifteen years after his first album – being praised by both piano experts and incurable hipsters. He has already released almost twenty albums and EPs was mentioned in one breath with Steve Reich, Keith Jarrett and electronics pioneer Thomas Fehlman, and has worked with everyone from Ólafur Arnalds to DJ Shadow to Woodkid, with whom he wrote the music for the short film ELLIS by the French street artist JR with Robert De Niro. But Frahm has made the biggest impression by far in the past two decades with his concerts. Accompanied by ‘no more’ than a battery of pianos, Moog synthesizers, Fender Rhodes and other vintage toys, this ridiculously talented musician leave his audience with open mouths every time. A concert by Nils Frahm is in fact not even a concert anymore, but a musical high mass with cooler organs, heavenly sounds and – we’ll take care of that! – better wine.