Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Place des Arts has suspended all shows and other public activities until further notice. However, beyond this suspension of activities, certain productions have been obliged to postpone or cancel their shows. As a result, The Cinematic Orchestra show scheduled on July 3 has been postponed. Please keep your ticket(s). We will communicate with you once the rescheduled date has been confirmed.
It’s been twelve years since The Cinematic Orchestra released a studio album. At the time, in 2007, “Ma Fleur” was recognized for its bold departure from the group’s sonic traditions. In the years since, it’s been continuously celebrated, with tracks like “To Build A Home” reaching huge audiences, spilling out of televisions, cinemas and radios long after its release. They are back with a definitive new album that explores a timeless question of vital importance in 2019—what to believe? Founding member Jason Swinscoe and longtime musical collaborator Dominic Smith enlisted album contributions from old and new: Moses Sumney, Roots Manuva, Heidi Vogel, Grey Reverend, and Tawiah.