Ludovico Einaudi Reviews
Seen this show? Why not help your fellow Phoenix Theater visitors.Write a review
Robyn Sandys from Chicago, Illinois
A MAGICAL MUSICAL JOURNEY
I was excited to see him since I recently discovered his music. The composition of blending all the sounds in a way that made one feel like you were floating feelings through your heart and soul. It was remarkable how he had so much control over the flow yet each note seemed deliberately blended to sound like waves of energy that came straight from his brain to his fingertips and into my soul. The audience all seemed mesmerized and deeply felt his desire to convey peace, harmony, high energy, just all that life is. A special musical experience. Now how do I keep that pure energy running through my soul. The theatre was amazing. Not sure how they got the unique blend of the sounds of all 6 musicians in a perfect way. Made me want to run out and buy a top stereo system. Seats were good but for this show would have been best to sit behind the stage so you could see his expression while playing. But it did create a breathtaking moment when he faced the audience. Overall an A+ event.
Jim Smith from Redondo Beach California
NEARLY WALKED OUT
I fell in love with Einaudi's music about two years ago and nearly wore out my laptop playing Einaudi tracks & albums. When I discovered he was performing in Costa Mesa, I gave myself a birthday gift and bought tickets for my wife and me. My anticipation grew as the concert date drew near and I finally was able to settle in to my seat to listen to the Maestro. When the performance finally started, I couldn't believe how *horribly* the instruments had been mic'ed... the base and percussion dominated the piano. Don't get me wrong... I have an affinity for the baseline in music and love savoring the rhythmic themes and motifs that are to be found. But in the Costa Mesa performance, it was all out of wack. Einaudi was drowned by his accompanists. Thankfully, my wife encouraged me to give the concert a chance: as the play list progressed, there was more Einaudi and less percussion and rhythm section. Bottom line, my favorite living performer-composer was done in by his sound technician
About Phoenix Theater: We are an independent show guide with no affiliation to any venue or show. Some of the tickets offered for sale are resale tickets that may be priced above or below face value.
Next available performances
Spread the word!
Keep up to date!
Straight to your inbox
Please note: The term Ikeda Theater and/or Ludovico Einaudi as well as all associated graphics, logos, and/or other tradermarks, tradenames or copyrights are the property of the Ikeda Theater and/or Ludovico Einaudi and are used herein for factual descriptive purposes only. We are in no way associated with or authorized by the Ikeda Theater and/or Ludovico Einaudi and neither that entity nor any of its affiliates have licensed or endorsed us to sell tickets, goods and or services in conjunction with their events.