Ffrench tour set for Black History Month 2020

Headline show at London’s Barbican Centre kicks off in October next year

Alexis Ffrench, here at the Hugo Boss Prize, set to wow fans in 2020 tour

UK CONTEMPORARY composer, pianist and producer Alexis Ffrench has today announced details of his 2020 UK tour in support of the stunning new album Dreamland.

In the past two years Ffrench has performed in New York, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Japan and London, including a sold-out performance at London’s iconic Union Chapel. Alexis boasts an impressive 100 million streams and 1.5 million monthly listeners, and is one of the fastest growing classical artists in the world.

As both an artist and radio presenter, Ffrench speaks to a wide audience and transcends boundaries & genres.

After his debut album on Sony Music, Evolution, reached number one in the UK Official Classical Artist Album Charts and having recently released the exquisite new single ‘Story Of You’, Alexis will be heading out on six date tour of the UK & Ireland starting on October 25 2020 in Manchester at the Quays Theatre, before heading to London for a headline show at the Barbican Centre on October 26.

Alexis will follow with dates in Bristol St George’s on October 28, Gateshead Sage Two on October 30, Birmingham on October 31 at the Elgar Concert Hall, and will conclude the tour on November 1, in Dublin’s incredible Olympia Theatre.

The new album Dreamland is released on theb March 27 2020.

Ffrench says: In writing the album, I wanted to shine a light in times of darkness as an antidote to our troubled times; to give listeners an opportunity to stop, listen and breathe, if only for one three-minute track. I hope listeners use Dreamland as a form of escapism, to transport them to a safe and calm oasis in which they can create time for self-care, often an afterthought in our busy, stressful working lives.”

Alexis Ffrench – 2020 U.K. Tour
October 25th      Manchester, Quays Theatre
October  26th     London, Barbican Centre
October 28th      Bristol, St George’s
October 30th      Gateshead, Sage Two
October 30th      Birmingham, Elgar Concert Hall
November 1st    Dublin, Olympia Theatre

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