Premieres “Star Whisperer” Short Film
Night of Hunters Tour Hits North America
On Night of Hunters, Tori created a 21st century song cycle with variations on themes by Satie, Granados, Chopin and other great composers. Sin Palabras provides a completely new listening experience and perspective on the compositions by stripping the vocals and putting Tori’s adventurous arrangements and virtuosic playing, along with that of The Apollon Musagete Quartet and the Berlin Philharmonic clarinet soloist Andreas Ottensamer, at the forefront. Fans who have already or will purchase Night of Hunters will be able to download the instrumental version of Night of Hunters’ title track via the “Bonus” tab on Tori’s official Facebook, www.facebook.com/toriamos, beginning Friday December 2. That same day, Tori will be interviewed on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz at 9 AM EST/ 8 AM CST.
A new short film for Night of Hunters’centerpiece “Star Whisperer” premiered on Sundance Channel this week. The film was shot in Ireland near the River Bandon, which Tori used as the setting for Night of Hunters.
Following a sold out tour of Europe and South Africa, the North American leg of the Night of Hunters Tour began this week at Atlanta‘s Cobb Energy Performance Arts Center and will concludes December 22 at Dallas’s Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie. North American tour dates are listed below and ticket information can be found onToriAmos.com. Tori is accompanied by The Apollon Musagete Quartet on this tour. Thomas Dybdahl will open all dates through December 18.
With more than 12 million albums sold and multiple Grammy nominations, Tori Amos is one of the most successful and influential artists of her generation. A pioneer across multiple platforms, she was the first major label artist to offer a single for download, has had her songs turned into graphic novels, and has produced groundbreaking videos throughout her career. She is renowned for her passionate and broad fan-base, her critically and commercially successful tours, and her ever evolving live show. Ms. Amos is also a noted humanitarian and co-founder of RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network), which is the United States’ largest anti-sexual assault organization.
12/1 Philadelphia, PA @ Academy of Music
12/2 New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
12/3 New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
12/5 Washington DC @ Constitution Hall
12/6 Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theater
12/8 Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
12/10 Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
12/13 Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theater
12/14 Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
12/16 Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre
12/17 Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre
12/18 Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre
12/21 Austin, TX @ Bass Concert Hall
12/22 Dallas, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie