Watch Jon Hopkins perform to no one at The Sydney Opera House

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Watch Jon Hopkins perform to no one at The Sydney Opera House

Most Jon Hopkins’ fans already know what an incredibly talented producer he is and that reflects in a lifelong career and an impressive discography of emotive and substantive electronica.

His last album ‘Singularity’, released in 2018 was one of his best in many peoples eyes and earned a solid year-plus of touring that led him around the world and coincidently, to the stage of The Sydney Opera House.

From all reports, it was a spectacular not be missed with towering visuals coupled with Hopkins’ consistent blows and breaks of electronica that shook the place and included unreleased music that looks to be paving the way for a new album.

While the public was treated to that, he also recorded a special, intimate performance for a tiny audience of videographers which captured a piano rendition of one of his latest singles “Scene Suspended”.

The performance was filmed on the 28th March, which for those not in the know was global ‘Piano Day’ and who better to flex it than talented player Jon Hopkins himself?

Bask in the exclusive video below, hint; Nils Frahm makes a cameo as well.


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