Björk has announced a new live show for 2019, Cornucopia, which will premiere at New York's arts centre, The Shed.
While the performance dates are yet to be confirmed the hype is already building around the concept, which the decade-spanning experimental superstar, renowned for mind-blowing performances, has described as "my most elaborate stage concert yet".
i am very excited to announce that i will be part of @theshedny opening season in manhattan next spring. this winter i will prepare my most elaborate stage concert yet, where the acoustic and digital will shake hands, encouraged by a bespoke team of collaborators.— björk (@bjork) November 12, 2018
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Tony Award-winning English theatre director John Tiffany is leading on the production, which will include the seven-piece Icelandic flute ensemble, Viibra, who helped Björk wow critics and fans alike at her Eden Project and All Points East UK shows earlier this year. The news comes 12 months after the arrival of her ninth studio album, 'Utopia'.
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