A number of additional tickets for Jon Hopkins’ rescheduled Polarity concert on Tuesday 16 November will go on sale this Saturday, 29 May. The much-anticipated show will take place at Amare, a brand new performing arts venue in the city centre of The Hague.
Having previously announced a new date for this concert - Tuesday 16 November - additional tickets will be available due to the increased capacity that Amare offers. Tickets are available here: rewirefestival.nl/tickets
Amare is the new home of Zuiderstrandtheater, Nederlands Dans Theater, Royal Conservatoire and Residentie Orkest, which is currently being built on Spuiplein in The Hague.
Please note: any individual tickets (not plus tickets) purchased for the original concert at Rewire 2020 will remain valid.
Playing grand piano for parts of the show, Jon Hopkins will be joined on stage by a small group of consummate musicians and long-time friends, consisting of acclaimed producer and guitarist Leo Abrahams, violinist and arranger Emma Smith and cellist Daisy Vatalaro. ‘Polarity’ will, Hopkins says, tether together “the two disparate elements of harsh and fragile in my music.” He explains, “by going between the two, we’ll hopefully create some profound moments of stillness.” Performing his live show in a seated venue will present a fascinating challenge for both performer and audience. “I would say my deepest nature lies in the stillness, the meditative side of my music.”
The show will also feature support from British singer and multi-instrumentalist Hayden Thorpe, known for his solo work as well as with his former band Wild Beasts.
Jon Hopkins presents ‘Polarity’
Tuesday 16 November 2021
Amare, Spuiplein 150, The Hague
More info & tickets here.