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Glass Heart String Choir New Zealand Tour Announced

Glass Heart String Choir New Zealand Tour Announced

A.K. / Thursday 19th December, 2019 10:10AM

Seattle folk duo Glass Heart String Choir have announced an island spanning 15-stop New Zealand tour, with guitarist and vocalist Ian Williams and violinist Katie Mosehauer winding their way around the country throughout February. Having dipped his toes in the Aotearoa water last year while on the road with US chamber-pop artist Shenandoah Davis, Williams was compelled to return to our shores with his own project. The two-piece shared their cinematic, harp-adorned collection Light last year, following it up with an instrumental counterpart to the EP earlier this year. Take a look at where you can witness the folk composers in 2020, and prepare to have your heart strings pulled...

Glass Heart String Choir Aotearoa Tour

Sunday 2nd February – Victoria Park, Rangiora w/ Amiria Grenell + more
Tuesday 4th February – House Concert, Wellington w/ Timothy Blackman, Rose Lu & Stacey Teague
Wednesday 5th February – Nivara Lounge, Hamilton w/ special guests*
Thursday 6th February – Wine Cellar, Auckland w/ Mali Mali*
Friday 7th February – 4TH Wall Theatre, New Plymouth w/ French for Rabbits
Saturday 8th February – Sitting Room Sessions, Napier
Sunday 9th February - The Globe, Palmerston North w/ French for Rabbits
Monday 10th February – Rogue & Vagabond, Wellington w/ French for Rabbits
Wednesday 12th February – Mussel Inn, Takaka supporting Prosad
Thursday 13th February – East St Café, Nelson*
Saturday 15th February – Old Lodge Theatre, Hokitika*
Sunday 16th February – Donovan’s Store, Okarito
Friday 21st February – Dog with Two Tails, Dunedin w/ special guests*
Saturday 22nd February – Ma Maison, Akaroa*
Sunday 23rd February – Christchurch Folk Club, Christchurch

Tickets available HERE via UTR*

Glass Heart String Choir perform heart breaking track 'Wildfires' in the glittering clip below...


Press release:

Seattle duo Glass Heart String Choir have an affinity with New Zealand which began when guitar-player and vocalist Ian Williams toured the country with US Chamber-pop songwriter Shenandoah Davis back in 2018. On the trip he met New Zealand artists such as Anthonie Tonnon, and dream-pop band French for Rabbits who he later joined on their US tours.

In February 2020, he will be returning to New Zealand with his own project, Glass Heart String Choir, alongside harp-player, violinist and composer Katie Mosehauer. Their extensive tour covers the north and south, weaving from Auckland to Dunedin with stops including Okarito, Hokitika, Rangiora and Palmerston North.

Glass Heart String Choir’s music is compelling in its use of sweeping cinematic strings layered and looped, intricate harp, piano and guitar arrangements, and Ian’s engaging and emotive vocal delivery. Their songs harks back to baroque composition technique at times,but also draw from classic folk writers such as Leonard Cohen and contemporary counter-parts such as Joanna Newsom and Andrew Bird.

On the tour they will be joined by some of New Zealand’s finest including French for Rabbits, celebrated writer Rose Lu, Auckland songwriter Mali Mali and more to be announced.

Links
facebook.com/glassheartstringchoir/

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Sun 2nd Feb
Victoria Park, Rangiora
Tue 4th Feb
House Show, Wellington
Wed 5th Feb
Nivara Lounge, Hamilton
Thu 6th Feb
The Wine Cellar, Auckland
Fri 7th Feb
4th Wall Theatre, New Plymouth
Sat 8th Feb
Sitting Room Sessions, House concert, Napier
Sun 9th Feb
The Globe Theatre, Palmerston North
Mon 10th Feb
Rogue and Vagabond, Wellington
Wed 12th Feb
Mussel Inn, Takaka
Thu 13th Feb
East Street Cafe, Nelson
Sat 15th Feb
Old Lodge Theatre, Hokitika
Sun 16th Feb
Donovans Store, Franz Joseph
Fri 21st Feb
Bark @ Dog With Two Tails, Dunedin
Sat 22nd Feb
Ma Maison, Akaroa
Sun 23rd Feb
Christchurch Folk Club, Christchurch







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