Max Richter

Born in 1966, Max Richter trained in composition and piano at Edinburgh University, at the Royal Academy of Music, and with Luciano Berio in Florence. The Richter family moved to the UK from Germany when Max was a young child, leaving the wider part of his family distributed around Germany. This sense of a lack of roots had an effect on his musical formation.

On completing his studies, Richter co-founded the immensely successful contemporary classical ensemble Piano Circus, where he stayed for ten years, commissioning and performing works by Arvo Pärt, Brian Eno, Philip Glass, Julia Wolfe and Steve Reich. Richter was also pro-active in developing the group’s use of live sampling.

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VIDEOS

Max Richter In Concert: Reimagining Vivaldi

Max Richter In Concert: Reimagining Vivaldi. Program: Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Recomposed by Max Richter)

about 10 months ago
Max Richter - Infra (Rehearsal and Performance)

Live footage from the rehearsals and performance of INFRA in Lisbon, November 2011.
From the ongoing documentary project by Yulia Mahr.

2 years ago
Max Richter - Trailer for Sarah’s Key (film)

Trailer of the upcoming film “Sarah’s Key”, containing music written by Max Richter.

2 years ago
Max Richter - Infra

Wayne McGregor’s Infra, as seen on BBC2, is set against a backdrop of pedestrians by Julian Opie to reveal the depths of real relationships beneath a stark surface.

3 years ago
Max Richter - Fragment

Directed and shot by: Yulia Mahr.This film, made by director Yulia Mahr, to accompany Max Richter’s “Fragment” was shot over several winter nights from Max’s studio window.

6 years ago
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