Susanna Announces UK Tour Dates

November 28, 2022


Announces UK tour dates
Shares new Bendik Baksaas remix of “Alchimie de la Douleur”

Album ‘Elevation‘ out now 

Norwegian artist Susanna released new interpretations of poetry from “The Flowers of Evil” by Charles Baudelaire on the album ‘Elevation’ in March this year, together with music curated by Susanna for Stina Stjern and French artist Delphine Dora. The album has received great reviews, and is a follow-up to the highly acclaimed ‘Baudelaire & Piano’ of 2020. Susanna will also tour in Europe and the UK in March next year.

September saw the release of the collaborative EP ‘Elevation Extended’ feat. Stina Stjern and Delphine Dora, and they got to play some concerts together in Norway. Susanna has dived deep into Baudelaire’s universe, and the result is an extensive musical journey which culminates in a concert with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra in January 2023. In the build up to the orchestral setting, she goes in a completely different direction with the release of a remix by Bendik Baksaas from the EP. The song is called ‘Alchimie de la Douleur’ and has been transformed into a catchy ambient techno number.

“Baudelaire was indeed a decadent man and from what I have read, a sucker for a party. I think he would have been a character on the dance floor to this song” Susanna says.

The new remix focuses on ferocious ambition, plentiful textures, and mammoth percussive push. The tempo exhilarates the attributes that sculpt this piece.

See Susanna live:
20.01.23 Bærum Kulturhus, Sandvika (Norway) with Norwegian Radio Orchestra
02.03.23 Nøtterøy Kulturhus, Nøtterøy (Norway)
03.03.23 Metronome Piano Sessions, Nottingham (UK)
04.03.23 Turner Sims, Southhampton (UK)
06.03.23 Café OTO, London (UK)
15.03.23 Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, York (UK)
18.03.23 Triskel Arts Centre, Cork (Ireland)
24.03.23 Handelsbeurs, Ghent (Belgium)
25.03.23 Folkteatern, Gothenburg (Sweden)
30.03.23 Lier Kulturscene, Lier (Norway)

More dates to be announced.

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