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    Tori is touring in 2017 to support the release of Native Invader. The European legs runs from early September through early October and the North American leg runs from late October to early December. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.

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    Teatro degli Arcimboldi

    Night Of Hunters Tour

    Date October 07, 2011
    City Milan, Italy
    Venue Teatro degli Arcimboldi


    Thanks to silvia for sending the setlist in after the show.

    • Shattering Sea
    • Graveyard (solo)
    • Way Down (correction: this was NOT played)
    • Suede
    • Snow Cherries Crom France
    • Fearlessness
    • Little Earthquakes (solo)
    • Sugar (solo)
    • Mr. Zebra (solo)
    • Girl Gisappearing
    • Cloud On My Tongue
    • Star Whisperer
    • That’s The Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be (Carly Simon cover, solo)
    • Never Seen Blue (solo)
    • Frog On My Toe (solo)
    • Cruel
    • Baker Baker
    • Siren
    • Winter

    First Encore

    • A Multitude Of Shades
    • Carry

    Second Encore

    • Pretty Good Year (solo)
    • Purple People (solo)
    • Nautical Twilight
    • Big Wheel


    1. Gianni Spigno, Genova says:

      I am surprised none posted some pictures yet!

      I have seen Tori the first time in Milan in 1994, and about ten/eleven times during the years: this concert was amazing. She was fast, furious, a sturm und drang of notes, and most of songs, selection- and arrangement-wise were AMAZING. An unbelievably heartfelt combination of her singing, the sound of piano and quartet, everyone looked so passionately involved. The acoustic of this theatre was good, so this was one of the best Tori’s concerts in years.

      I strongly suggest everyone to buy the record and listen to it repeatedly, with passion, possibly loud, many times.

      Thanks to Nadia for the tickets. Tori was also the chance to meet up with another very dear friend of mine after several years, so thanks Tori and Simon for being there.

      [Note from Violet: Apologies for not having any photos or videos up for the past few shows yet. In addition to woj being away, now I'm sick, so I'm behind on everything.]

    2. Stefano says:

      Once again, Tori touched my soul. I was in the third row; only a year or so has passed since my last concert of her… Still, so many changes in my life. I found love, for the very first time. And the lady in yellow behind the Bosendorfer… It seemed like she knew it. My ears, my heart, my soul sang and vibrated in time with her music. The quartet was fantastic, she sang wonderfully, and her playing was majestic. The new songs, “Shattering Sea” and especially the incredible “Star Whisperer”, stood confortably beside her past catalogue, with magnificent interpretations of “Little Earthquakes” and “Frog on my toe”… But once again, how can you tell a few songs when everything seemed so right and in its place? Even with a group of musicians that she had to follow – and was not following her – she was fantastic. “Siren”, a favourite of mine, with strings; the different version of “Suede” (although missing the final part); “Sugar” in its best form… And “Cruel”, with its new arrangement, its new life, its new soul. It was, for me, the real highlight of the show.
      When Tori began “Pretty Good Year”, I found myself thinking about MY year. It was pretty good indeed, even with its BIG faults and problems.
      Because of her, I felt like I belonged somewhere. I felt alive. I felt in love.

    3. petra says:

      Sometimes one has to write a hymn for musicians. If somebody doesn’t understand why, so he might never have seen Tori Amos on stage. Being a listener to her songs for a while, I never managed to see her live before. So going to Milan for Night of Hunters was quiet spontaneous, ordering the tickets just two weeks before the show (got some decent places, not to close to the stage, but with great view). The show was opened by Mark Hole, a young English lad with keyboard and a nice sound. After half an hour Tori was welcomed already with standing ovations as she entered the stage and after a few words she started the setlist with Shattering sea. What followed was a utterly brilliant setlist and performance thanks to Tori, who seems to have started all over, and the passionate playing of the Polish Apollon Musagète Quartett.

      Tori shone and seemed very comfortable, ethereal. Winter was one of my many highlights, with the Quartet it just sounded as it’s supposed to be. And once more it was proven that music touches parts of the soul that cannot be touched nor approached my any other means. The setlist was a good mix-up between the new album and elder songs as “Baker, baker”, “Little earthquakes”, “Cruel”, “Mr. Zebra” and her brilliant cover of “That’s the way I’ve always heard it should be”.

      In the end, as she bowed to the fans, uncountable cams just flashed like shooting-stars. I guess because people want to capture and hold on on beauty…

      For all those about to see her…guess there has not been such a good Tori for a long time. Look forward!

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