Onsale Times

Massey Hall presents

With his minimalistic piano playing, Joep Beving knows how to reach even the most cold-blooded people in the depths of their hearts. He makes contemplative piano music, which he prefers to describe as 'accessible music for complex emotions'. His albums Solipsism from 2015 and Prehension from 2017 managed to reach millions of streams in no time and made him a great figure as a post-classical composer. Now, Henosis appears, completing his trilogy. Where the first two albums mainly focus on the classical piano, we can also expect orchestral and more electronic sounds on his new album.

After multiple sold-out Toronto shows and more than 3 million streams on Spotify, Massey Hall is pleased to announce that rising alt-folk artist Mappe Of will be opening for Joep Beving. Mappe Of is a Canadian experimental musician whose ambience Consequence of Sound says “calls to mind the elegiac, near-heartbreak delicacy of acts like Bon Iver and Iron & Wine,” while NOW Magazine says “his meticulous arrangements and gorgeous melodies set him apart from the indie folk pack.”