Marking the first time the Farringdon night spot has held an event at the iconic British landmark, the event – which is part of fabric’s new event series “Love Hertz” will feature support from Japanese composer Hinako Omori.
The event is set offer a fusion of live, contemporary music and electronica, with limited seated tickets available.
Australian artist, producer and visual director RY X , was nominated for a GRAMMY award last year for his work on Drake’s ‘Honestly Nevermind’ — and has worked with the likes of Diplo, John Legend, Black Coffee and Duke Dumont. Alongside production, RY X – real name Ry Cumming – has worked on collaborative projects with the LA and London Philharmonic orchestra.
“It is a rare opportunity to perform in one of the most famous buildings in the world,” says RY X. “I’m honoured to get to share within those intricate walls and floors, and to pour new stories into halls visited by millions each year.
“As one of the first ever to perform there in this way, I will be bringing players from the London Contemporary Orchestra and share new works among re-discoveries of already written pieces. Looking forward to sharing this moment with you all,” said the artist.
The event will also mark the debut of fabric’s new event series “Love Hertz” – which promises to curate “boundary-pushing musical events” exploring the “interlinks between contemporary music and new spaces across indie, ethereal, experimental and deeper sounds.”
Assisted by the insightful and brilliant Hinako Omori, signed to fabrics in-house label Houndstooth Records, and the innovative London Contemporary this unique experience is truly set to be unforgettable.
You can pre-register for tickets for fabric & Love Hertz present RY X at St. Paul’s Cathedral here.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins