Hacienda Classical bringing massive show to Shrewsbury

Critically acclaimed as one of the finest and energetic of live music experiences in recent years, Hacienda Classical with legendary DJ Graeme Park, Manchester Camerata Orchestra and special guests, will be bringing their highly praised show to Shrewsbury for the first time on Friday 14 July.

Re-imagining orchestral renditions of much-loved, classic club records from The Hacienda’s heritage, Hacienda Classical will revisit some of the iconic tracks from the era, as well as bringing arrangements of seminal tracks to the set.

Choosing the gorgeous backdrop of The Quarry, Hacienda Classical invites audiences to revel in the atmosphere of the picturesque 29 acre countryside estate, whilst revisiting or discovering the pioneering, culture-busting dance music of The Hacienda, performed by a full orchestra, vocalists including Yvonne Shelton, Melanie Williams and Rae Hall, additional musicians and special guests.

For more than eight years, Hacienda Classical has brought the culture-defining sounds of The Hacienda to the audiences across the UK and internationally, with a live orchestral twist. The show quickly gained a reputation as one of the most outstanding and vibrant live experiences in recent years.

Hacienda Classical includes orchestral renditions of much loved classic club records from The Hacienda’s heritage, revisiting some of the tracks that have proved popular with fans as well as bringing seminal tracks to the set.   Hacienda Classical concerts bring together a diverse, eclectic crowd and a unique vibrant atmosphere..

For audiences, these inspirational nights have recreated the tunes that defined a generation for a whole new set of fans, renewing them and rearranging them with the orchestra and artists to create a special and unique experience.

Hacienda Classical’s biggest single audience to date came as it opened Glastonbury Festival’s Pyramid Stage and other festival appearances have included Isle Of Wight, Kendal Calling The Big Feastival, Kew The Music, Lytham Festival as well as individual concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall and its annual homecoming at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl with its seventh concert there due in July 2023.

It promises to be a very special night at The Quarry, with a lively atmosphere and the audience treated to a set that plays as a continuous live DJ mix, where all performers combine, to create a vibrant, exciting, unique performance.  An inspirational, generation-defining night of the greatest and most influential dance music, it’s not to be missed.

Tickets are now on sale. Visit https://myticket.co.uk/artists/hacienda-classical

 

 

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