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Event Details A leading international artist possessing penetrating interpretative powers, Yeol Eum Son had our patrons standing and cheering when she performed in our 21st season. Location Trianon Theatre 72 N. Event Details Winner of Silver Medals at both the Tchaikovsky Competition and the Van Cliburn Competition, Yeol Eum Son's graceful interpretations, crystalline touch and passionate performances have enthralled audiences worldwide.
Mendelssohn 1 — Daegu, South Korea. Location Theatre Hall Ruse, Bulgaria. Piano Recital - Duisburg, Germany. Perhaps this is due to his touring background with previous band Portico Quartet, yet Nick's wry smile and glimmering eyes seem to allude to a greater satisfaction when performing his own material. His debut LP was full of crafted, considered folk with evocative lyrical content such as 'Fever To The Form' which leaves audiences stood aghast as Mulvey slowly builds this brooding track with the subtleties of simple chord changes and that earthy hummed vocal. Whilst 'Meet Me There' has become a cult classic as the crowd become Nick's backing choir for the ethereal choruses to leave the performer visibly moved onstage.
A true British success story, Nick will tour the UK this Autumn to mainly sold out crowds before returning in to even larger venues to the phenomenal demand for tickets which includes a final date at London's Roundhouse. I highly recommend you try to purchase tickets for the most intimate show available as being able to hear each perfectly plucked note and breathy, melodic vocal echo around is something to behold. After the publicities of the Mercury Prize, and the Brit Awards are assured to offer Mulvey a couple of nods, the dates will fill up fast.
He just walks up casually from a spot in the room, picks up a guitar and starts playing, a beam of light shining down around him as if he were about to ascend.
The setting is intimate. He needs not even raise his voice away from the microphone for us all to hear him. He plays some tunes from his debut, First Mind. They all sound amazing live. No doubt they were intended to be experienced in this way — a chilled, mellow vibe and an attentive audience. His song writing is deeply introspective, at times cryptic.
There is a strange and powerful interchange of lyricism and instrumentalism throughout First Mind, both seem to have hidden timbres and messages. The underlying compositions have vague allegiances to bossanova, salsa, flamenco, but are fused seamlessly into a new folk sound. It can rarely be said upon leaving a show that one can gain a better understanding of the person performing, but that was surely the case here.
It was a great night! He was more psychedelic than he sounds on the album, but I liked that. He reminded me of John Martyn at times, which has got to be a good thing in my book. Fever to the Form and Meet Me There got big cheers from the crowd. Really enjoyed seeing him and I'm going to see him again at Kendal Calling in the summer. Awesome music and great vibes! Nick Mulvey hit it out the park in terms of performance and atmosphere. The Guardian review was right, a good concert but didn't have the feeling the album has. They gave it 3 stars out of 5.
The crowd was very patient and forgiving. It was just magic, great and warm. I never went to the Royal Albert Hall and I was very happy to see you in this place. We meet you in the street just before the show ;. Perfect voice, he and the band was really connected with the audience and we had fun together!
They played alot of new song and some old classics that we all could sing along to.
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I enjoyed the storytelling before some of the songs and what they were about. Great seeing Nick Mulvey once again! The whole performance was trailored around his new album's theme of the current world state and it was absolutely brilliant listening to him mix songs from the first album with new ones. Nick Mulvey sings like a few singers, has an incredible voice and is kind and funny! Positively spiritual, small and compact venue and this was his acoustic set. All the favourites there along with a personal narrative behind the meaning of most of the songs.
A one man sensation, can't wait to hear him with band. And he was a kind spirit afterwards, taking his time to talk to the audience at the bar. See all photos 6. See all posters