SYNTHONY Returns To Australia With A Fusion Of Orchestral & Electronic Music

Playing dance classics and some modern hits, there will be shows in different city’s between 17th Feb and 22nd April.

SYNTHONY is a musical extravaganza that fuses electronic music anthems with a live orchestra and vocalists.

It’s a touring show that has consistently sold-out back-to-back shows in both Australia and New Zealand and they have announced four new Australian events scheduled for 2023.

Those playing as part of the event include Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Rogue Traders), Thandi Phoenix, Ilan Kidron (The Potbelleez) and the orchestra is conducted by Sarah-Grace Williams who is known as one of the best orchestral conductors in the Southern Hemisphere.

Sarah-Grace Williams has been with the show since its inception in Australia and talking about the forthcoming 2023 series of Aussie events, she said: “This show is SYNTHONY all grown up, like a coming of age! SYNTHONY no.1 is a bit of a nostalgic trip down memory lane, celebrating 30 years of global dance anthems, SYNTHONY no.2 is a little edgier, we still have a show packed with classics but introduce some more new music as well, and Synthony no.3 takes that one step further – the best of everything! I am so incredibly excited to be unleashing Synthony no.3 onto Australian audiences, they are going to love this show!”

Synthony no.3 will feature music from Disclosure, Eric Prydz, Flume, Calvin Harris, Wilkinson and many more alongside some of dance music’s biggest classic anthems.

The 2023 tour will start outdoors on Friday 17 February at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl, then head to Perth’s RAC Arena on Friday 17 March, before Brisbane’s Riverstage Amphitheatre on Saturday 25 March and finishing at Sydney’s Aware Super Theatre, ICC on Saturday 22 April.

Tickets will go on sale on the 16th of November and can be purchased from HERE.

H/T: Beat


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