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Chambers |
Chilly Gonzales
Featuring Kaiser Quartett

8 - 9 August 2015
The Hub

All-round piano virtuoso and entertainer Gonzales teams up with the Kaiser Quartett to present his hotly anticipated new project Chambers performing material inspired by Bach to Daft Punk and much in between. Gonzo re-imagines chamber music as if it were today’s pop, with his array of rap, classical, ambient and more. 

Chambers is a beast. A glorious black hole of modern romanticism.

Drowned in Sound

Part of the Russian Standard Vodka Hub Sessions. Find more events here.

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  • Running time: 
    1 hour and 50 minutes approximately


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Chilly Gonzales Piano

Kaiser Quartett
Martin Bentz Cello
Adam Zolynski Violin
Jansen Folkers Violin
Ingmar Süberkrüb Viola 
Joe Flory Drums

Find out more about Chilly Gonzales
Twitter: @chillygonzales
Facebook: chillygonzales 

Find out more about Kaiser Quartett
Twitter: @kaiserquartet
Facebook: daskaiserquartett

Chilly Gonzales | Independent review

August 11th 2015

Hot stuff from an all-round virtuoso ★★★★

Read the full review here (The Independent)

Review by: 

David Pollock
The Independent

Chilly Gonzales | Scotsman review

August 10th 2015

a glistening display of sometimes frantic virtuosity and smart, jokey vignettes ★★★★

Read the full review here (WOW247)

Review by: 

David Pollock
The Scotsman

Chilly Gonzales | Herald Scotland review

August 9th 2015

Hub sessions is going to prove one of the most popular innovations of the 2015 event ★★★★

Read the full review here (Herald Scotland)

Review by: 

Keith Bruce
Herald Scotland

Chilly Gonzales: Chambers | Line of Best Fit review

March 18th 2015

So, he may be pretentious, narcissistic and borderline offensive, but you have to hand it to Chilly – what he is doing here is pretty damned clever.

Read the full review here (The Line of Best Fit)

Review by: 

Kate Travers
Music critic
The Line of Best Fit

Chilly Gonzales: Chambers | Drowned in Sound review

March 19th 2015

Chambers is a beast. A glorious black hole of modern romanticism. Play it as Satie would suggest and let it be pleasant background music, or let this take you over.

Read the full review here (Drowned in Sound)

Review by: 

Jon Falcone
Drowned in Sound

Photo: Alexandre Isard

This event was part of a previous International Festival and is therefore unavailable to book.

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All tickets: £25

Current discounts

Under 18s: 50% off
Students: 50% off
Young Scot card holders: 50% off