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Hania Rani, pianist, composer and singer, is part of a generation of young performers that goes beyond classical piano like Òlafur Arnalds or Nils Frahm.
Last October, the Polish pianist released her new album "Ghosts". In this work she finds her own vision, discovers new stories to share and, possibly, exposes her music as it was initially planned. He relies on his previous successes, using an expanded but minimal configuration of piano, keyboards and synthesizers, accompanied by his mysterious and fascinating voice.
In "Ghosts" the collaborations stand out, among them, the song "Dancing with Ghosts" with Patrick Watson or "Whispering House" with the great Òlafur Arnalds. With this album, Hania Rani welcomes a completely unique sound that defies all expectations, and could be considered her first "authentic" album.
With influences such as Yann Tiersen, Roedelius and Agnes Obel, she has managed to develop her own distinctive style that transcends the conventional limits of the instrument, always from a minimalist and avant-garde point of view that sometimes approaches experimental electronics.
Rani has been distinguished on multiple occasions at the Fryderyk Awards, considered equivalent to the Grammy Awards in Poland, her country of origin. Furthermore, her ability to create soundscapes is also reflected in her work as a composer of soundtracks, including the Prime series "The Lost Flowers" by Alice Hart.
Hania Rania's show is supported by Liveurope, the first pan-European initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote European emerging artists. Liveurope is co-founded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.