Belfast native Max Cooper returns to Dublin for his biggest Irish headline show with a fully seated performance at The National Concert Hall. Cooper brings his immersive audio-visual live show to Dublin on the 13th of January.
Max Cooper has carved a unique space as an audio-visual artist with a science PhD and an international reputation as a leading electronic musician. His art has an emotional resonance and sensory immersion and is frequently concerned with humanity’s place on the planet. Through installations, live performances, immersive audio-visual experiences, a variety of digital media, and award-winning music videos, he combines electronic music and visual art with scientific inquiry.
Max Cooper’s last Dublin show took place at Centre Point in February 2023, he now returns for his biggest-ever Irish appearance as he takes on the fabled National Concert Hall. The NCH has recently played host to the revered Haunted Dance Hall Event as well as an appearance from Jeff Mills Presents Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, so Cooper is in esteemed company.
The London-based artist’s tour sees him stop by Dublin, Athens, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Poznan, Berlin, Bristol, Salzburg, and Fribourg.
You can purchase tickets to the Dublin show here.