Blackheart Orchestra

The Blackheart Orchestra

Saturday 21st SeptemberDoors 7:30pm – Show starts 8pm

The Blackheart Orchestra are multi-award winning, multi-instrumentalists

Chrissy Mostyn and Rick Plkington. They comprise a two person ‘orchestra’

playing up to 13 instruments in their unique live show. They have been

described as a modern day Pink Floyd with influences from as far afield as

Kate Bush, Portishead and Cocteau Twins to modern composers Steve Reich

and Philip Glass. Their last two albums both achieved Top 20 positions with

latest album Hotel Utopia reaching #13 in the Official UK Rock Chart and

winning Best British Album and Best Song in the USA Progressive Rock

Awards where singer Chrissy Mostyn was awarded Best Female Vocalist. The

Blackheart Orchestra currently sits on six Best Albums of 2022 lists in the UK.


EtherealDaily Express

Simply one of the most beautiful and powerful artists I have ever seen live

Lee Graham: The Rock Show

A life-enhancing listening experience

Louder Than War

Reaches areas of your head and heart you never knew existed

Metal Planet

The Blackheart Orchestra are currently one of the

UK’s leading progressive bands with our new album Hotel Utopia

recently winning Best British Album, Best Song and Best Female

Vocalist at The USA Progressive Rock Awards. In the UK it charted at

13 in the Official Rock Chart and is currently sitting on six Best

Albums of 2022 lists. Please visit our site at where you’ll find a full list of recent

awards and album reviews plus our major feature in this month’s

Guitarist Magazine.

The Blackheart Orchestra are not an orchestra, we’re a duo.

The ‘orchestra’ concept is that we’re two multi-instrumentalists, playing

13 instruments between us including guitar, bass, omnichord, piano,

organ and our collection of vintage synths in what is quite a unique

show. We play within a circle of instruments which has been referred

to as our ‘musical space station’ and draw on our backgrounds in rock,

folk, electronica and classical music to create a sound frequently

compared to artists from Pink Floyd and Mike Oldfield to Kate Bush and

The Cocteau Twins as well as modern composers like Steve Reich and

Philip Glass.

Schedule – Note times are subject to change

7:30pm – Doors open
8:00pm – Support solo artist
8:30pm – Interval
8:50pm – Main show
10:10pm – Music finishes
10:30pm – Doors close

Tickets £15 online – £18 on the door

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