Portico Quartet

Fri Mar 29 2024

6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

EartH

11-17 Stoke Newington Road Dalston London N16 8BH

EartH Theatre

Ages 16+

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Ages 16+ (Each under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)

“Portico Quartet stake claims to territory occupied by Radiohead, Cinematic Orchestra and Efterklang”. ***** The Guardian

Wide-screen minimalists Portico Quartet have created their own singular, cinematic sound over the course of six studio albums. From their 2007 breakthrough ‘Knee-Deep in the North Sea’ through to ‘Memory Streams’ in 2019, they continue to resist categorisation.

Tonight’s performance with an extended ensemble featuring a string quartet and finds the band presenting Terrain a genre-bending masterpiece that unfolds slowly over three movements. Drawing on ambient music and American minimalism, it is both a meditation on the troubled times we find ourselves in, as well as a paean to hope, and counts as the one of the most artistically free and beautiful compositions they have ever performed.

Soundcrash Presents
Portico Quartet

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Soundcrash Presents

Portico Quartet

Fri Mar 29 2024 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

EartH London
Portico Quartet
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EartH Theatre Ages 16+

Ages 16+ (Each under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)

“Portico Quartet stake claims to territory occupied by Radiohead, Cinematic Orchestra and Efterklang”. ***** The Guardian

Wide-screen minimalists Portico Quartet have created their own singular, cinematic sound over the course of six studio albums. From their 2007 breakthrough ‘Knee-Deep in the North Sea’ through to ‘Memory Streams’ in 2019, they continue to resist categorisation.

Tonight’s performance with an extended ensemble featuring a string quartet and finds the band presenting Terrain a genre-bending masterpiece that unfolds slowly over three movements. Drawing on ambient music and American minimalism, it is both a meditation on the troubled times we find ourselves in, as well as a paean to hope, and counts as the one of the most artistically free and beautiful compositions they have ever performed.

Portico Quartet

Portico Quartet

Jazz