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Andrew Bird

Concert
26 JUN 2019, H. 19:00

An acclaimed whistler, multi instrumentalist and vocalist, Andrew Bird picked up his first violin at the age of four and spent his formative years soaking up classical repertoire completely by ear. His latest album titled "My Finest Work" was just released in March this year and now he's ready to bring this new sound on tour. 

My Finest Work Yet’ finds Bird grappling with themes of current day dichotomies and how to identify a moral compass amidst such divisive times. “I’m interested in the idea that our enemies are what make us whole—there’s an intimacy one shares with their opponent when locked in such a struggle. If we were to just walk away would our enemies miss us?  How did we get to this point and how can we, through awareness of it, maybe pull ourselves out of this death spiral,” says Bird. 

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IX Triennale di Milano, 1951<br/>Padiglione USA, Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti e Ernesto Nathan Rogers
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951
Padiglione USA, Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti e Ernesto Nathan Rogers
VI Triennale di Milano, 1935<br/>Bozzetto per l’allestimento della sezione retrospettiva, Leo Longanesi, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1935
Bozzetto per l’allestimento della sezione retrospettiva, Leo Longanesi, foto Crimella
V Triennale di Milano, 1933<br/>Impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte, scorcio della fontana con la statua di Leone Lodi su disegno di Mario Sironi
V Triennale di Milano, 1933
Impluvium del Palazzo dell’Arte, scorcio della fontana con la statua di Leone Lodi su disegno di Mario Sironi
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936<br/>Stanza di soggiorno e terrazzo, Luigi Figini e Gino Pollini, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936
Stanza di soggiorno e terrazzo, Luigi Figini e Gino Pollini, foto Crimella

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