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TOUR

'Ravel In The Forest' defies categorization, providing a refreshing experience that reconnects audiences with nature, music,
and introspection.

- Shesaid.so

Her music is not only meant to connect listeners to nature, but to connect them to themselves.
- Metal Magazine

There are few places more beautiful, or serene than the universe of pianist Belle Chen’s new album ‘Ravel In The Forest’
- Flush the Fashion

She understands how each note is a masterpiece and how every phrase is a musical poem.
She gets it. Plain and simple.
This is an artist that you listen to on your alone time and ingest. Take in. Absorb.
It’s right here.
- Jammerzine

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'Ravel In The Forest' - 2024/2025 Tour Sign-Up

Belle will be celebrating the release of 'Ravel In The Forest' with you through a series of live performances. Help us decide where Belle should play in the 2024-2025 season!

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Selected Performances:

2024

2023

  • ​27 August: Enchanted Woods Stage (Electric Set), Shambala Festival UK

  • 4 April: The Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall, Steinway Pianos Recital Series London, UK

2022

  • 25 May: This Classical Life:Live, Jess Gillam, Belle Chen, Heloise Werner, Erland Cooper, BBC Philharmonic conducted by Ellie Slorach for BBC Radio 3, Leeds, UK

2021

  • 27 October: Belle Chen Solo, Phoenix Arts Club, Sydney, Australia (Postponed)

  • 23 October: Belle Chen Destinations, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, Australia (Postponed)

  • 21 October: Belle Chen Destinations, OzAsia Festival, Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide, Australia

  • 18 October: Belle Chen Solo/Support, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Melbourne, Australia (Postponed)

  • 19 September: Arteries Audiovisual Show for London:Unwrapped, Kings Place, London, UK

 

2020

  • 20 May: Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London, UK (Postponed due to Covid-19)

  • 15 February: Kings Place, London, UK

2019

  • 29 November: Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, UK

  • 18 July: Tetracordo Jazz Festival, Isernia, Italy

  • 19 May: Palazzina Liberty, Piano City Milano - Midnight Main Stage, Milan, Italy

  • 8 April: Kulturhuset Najaden Concert Hall, Halmstad, Sweden

  • 8 April: Nissanscenen Stadsbiblioteket, Halmstad, Sweden

  • 7 April: Varberg Teater, Varberg, Sweden

  • 6 April: Scenkonst Sörmland Concert Hall, Eskilstuna, Sweden

  • 18 February: APUJAN Catwalk Show AW19 at London Fashion Week, London, UK

  • 25 January: LSO St. Luke's, Chinese Arts Now Festival, London, UK

2018

  • 1 December: Break & Bell presents: Global Soundscapes, Chepstow, UK

  • 9 November: BBC Radio 3 In Tune, Live at Introducing Live Festival, London, UK

  • 7 November: Chinese Arts Now Festival Preview, London, UK

  • 19 October: Kings Place, K-Music Festival, London, UK

  • 12-16 July: CCT-SeeCity.com Artistic Residency, Palermo, Italy 

  • 8 July: Musica da Casa Menotti, Spoleto, Italy

  • 5 July: Deal Festival of Music and Arts, Deal, UK

  • 26 May: Sounds of the World: Urban Sound, London, UK

  • 17 May: Classical:NEXT Official Showcase, Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • 5 May: Musical Instruments Museum, Brussels, Belgium (Closing concert for Modern Sound Korea)

  • 18 February: Edeline Lee AW18 at London Fashion Week (Composition commission), London, UK

  • 15 February: Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne, Australia

  • 14 January: Cafe OTO, London, United Kingdom

  • 7 January: National Theatre of Korea, Seoul, South Korea

  • 6 January: Elim Art Centre, Incheon, South Korea

  • 31 December 2017: New Year Eve Gala, Hefei, China

Touring Programmes: 


Ravel In The Forest: An innovative immersive live audio performance from pianist-composer Belle Chen, with music from her album ‘Ravel In The Forest’.

Utilising immersive audio technology, melodies dance around the audience and synths wrap around the space like a warm blanket.

Audiences are sonically led through ancient woodland, quiet clearings and tropical canopies; accompanied by birds, a chameleon, a dragonfly - the wonder of the natural world is imbued into this imaginary space.

As notes fall like raindrops, quickening pace as the clouds gather. The piano melody splish sploshes into the electronic soundscape; the trees become denser, the journey more profound.

Global Soundscapes: An evocative programme that recreates locations from around the world through classical music fused with improvisation and soundscapes.

-Solo Piano, Keyboards and Sound Design.

DestinationsTransforming the stage into shifting environments with real time visual performer Mario Radev (nominee Grand Jury Prize – Sundance Film Festival). Journey through the world’s changing natural wonders, while traversing the realms of classical, avant-garde, world, sound art and electronica.

- Solo piano, Keyboards and Sound Design.

- Audio Visual presentation.

Destinations' World premiere presented by CAN Festival and Kings Place, February 2020. With additional support from Arts Council England and Help Musicians UK.
Destinations' Australian premiere presented by OzAsia Festival, October 2021.

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