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Derrick May performs with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Derrick May DSOWith a mix of one part techno and one part symphony, Derrick May performed with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to make “symphonic fusion” on Friday night at the Chene Park Amphitheater in Detroit. May, one of The Belleville Three and godfathers of Detroit Techno had some of his productions put to life by conductor Dzijan Emin and the DSO. Six of Derrick May’s original classic productions were performed including “Icon”, “Kaotic Harmony”, “Hand Over Hand” and “Strings of Life”. Adding to the incredible ambiance, the event was set to a breathtaking thunderstorm over the Detroit River. (source: freep.com)

Recently, Pete Tong performed with the Heritage Orchestra across the pond in London with a similar spectacular result. We hope this trend of blending electronic music and orchestrated arrangements continues and we can all sit back and enjoy the show.

Check out some video of Derrick May and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra:

Ibiza Summer Classics performed by Pete Tong & the Heritage Orchestra

Pete Tong Heritage OrchestraMixing club culture and high culture, BBC’s Radio 1 host Pete Tong directs and Jules Buckley conducts the Heritage Orchestra through a symphony of Ibiza Summer Classics.

Check out the video below as the Heritage Orchestra performs ACT 1 at Royal Albert Hall in London. Additional supporting artists include Ella Eyre (Proms debut artist) and John Newman (vocalist).

Here is the full tracklist of the performance:

1. Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now
2. Eric Prydz – Pjanoo
3. The Shapeshifters – Lola’s Theme
4. Robert Miles – Children
5. ATB – 9 PM (Till I Come)
6. Moby – Go
7. Frankie Knuckles – Your Love
8. Inner City – Good Life
9. Orbital – Belfast
10. The Sabres of Paradise – Smokebelch II
11. Daft Punk – One More Time
12. Alison Limmerick – Where Love Lives (Come On In)
13. Vangelis – Rachel’s Song (Perfecto Symphony Orchestra)
14. Faithless – Insomnia
15. Moby – Porcelain
16. Rudimental – Waiting All Night
17. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You
18. Rhythm is Rhythm – Strings of Life
19. DJ Rolando – Jaguar (Knights of the Jaguar)
20. Brainbug – Nightmare
21. Energy 52 – Café del Mar
22. Rudimental – Feel the Love
23. The Source – You Got the Love

Henrick Schwarz To Release Album with Japanese Orchestra

henrik-schwarzGerman based DJ and producer, Henrik Schwarz, has just finished his new album. Its unlike the usual albums we’ve seen before. His album titled ‘Instruments’ features a Japanese orchestra playing his self composed musical pieces. His work has been a culmination of 4 years of hard work, inspiration, and imagination.

The album was recorded at the Tsukiji Honganji Temple in Tokyo by the Tokyo Secret Orchestra. His seven track album will be released on April 10th by Sony Music. Henrik will also be playing three consecutive shows in Asia from March 20-22, with stops at Mystik (South-Korea), Womb (Tokyo), and the Namura Zosen Atochi Creative Center in Osaka.

 Henrik Schwarz on: Facebook | Soundcloud | Resident Advisor

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