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    Hinako Omori x LCO

    Sat 19 Mar, 8pm
    Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall
    Gigs
    £15
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    Hinako Omori, artist, looking directly at the camera
    Annie Lai

    The electronic producer’s layered synths and vocals fold in an added dimension, the London Contemporary Orchestra.

    Hinako Omori is a musician and producer based in London, originally from Yokohama, Japan.

    Initially training to be a sound engineer, Omori leapt into music full time after university as a keyboard player and programmer on stage and in the studio.

    Some of the artists Omori has worked with include EOB (Ed O’Brien), Kae Tempest and Georgia.

    Auraelia, Omori’s debut EP was released in November 2019 via Injazero Records. The tracks are a sonic exploration of space, haziness and transformation, building on layers of synths and vocals.

    Hinako has since released tracks on various compilations, collaborated with visual artist Cécile B. Evans on music for her installation at the Centre Pompidou, and composed music and sound design for Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup, an animation on dreams during the pandemic.

    Hinako also hosts Near Momentary, a monthly show on Worldwide FM, with Kloxii. Their shows explore the topic of identity and heritage through music that helped them reconnect to their roots, featuring ESEA artists and producers.

    Dates & times

    Sat 19 Mar, 8pm
    Approximate run time: 120 mins.
    Run times may vary by up to 20 minutes as they can be affected by last-minute programme changes, intervals and encores.

    Price

    • Standard entry£15*
    • Concessions25%**


    * Excludes £3.50 booking fee.

    ** Limited availability. Read about concessions.

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