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Chilly Gonzales Confirms May Return For London Barbican Show

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Chilly Gonzales will play a London show at the Barbican next spring.

The Canadian pianist will perform at the venue on May 12, as part of a European tour that began earlier this year. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on September 14.

Last week the musician released his latest album, 'Solo Piano III', the folllow up to 2012's 'Solo Piano II', completing a triology that Gonzales started in 2004 with 'Solo Piano'. The new release was accompanied by a handful of UK dates, including a London date at Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Bridging the gap between classical and pop music, Gonzales has collaborated with a number of artists, including Drake, Daft Punk, Feist, Jarvis Cocker and Toddla T among others. 

Chilly Gonzales Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun May 12 2019 - LONDON Barbican

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