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Matthew Bourne

Matthew Bourne is a recipient of numerous awards and accolades, and possesses an inventive and unique artistic approach for bringing infirm pianos back to life in Songs From A Lost Piano, collaborating with classical musicians of the London Sinfonietta in Written/Unwritten, the acclaimed solo piano albums, Montauk Variations, Isotach, and Désinances; and reinterpretations of Amon Tobin’s work for Ninja Tune. Other projects include Radioland; a live reworking of Kraftwerk’s Radio-Activity album (in collaboration with Franck Vigroux & Antoine Schmitt), solo synthesiser album moogmemory; and Nightports w/Matthew Bourne. Bourne’s work has appeared on compilations by Bonobo and Hot Chip, and featured in Paolo Sorentino’s 2018 film LORO. Bourne’s current musical focus as a collaborator has been with Keeley Forsyth (Debris / Photograph); and recording and performing a series of two-piano concerts with the late Keith Tippett.

Awards

IJFO International Jazz Award 2005 BBC Jazz Award for Innovation 2002 Perrier Jazz Award 2001


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Skeleton Blush

Limited Noise
2020

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Nightports

The Leaf Label
2018

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Chansons D'Amour

Thirsty Ear
2012

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Montauk Variations

The Leaf Label
2012

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Call Me Madame (good...

Isotope Records
2009

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The Molde Concert

Thirsty Ear
2008

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