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Everything Everything to perform with orchestra
Everything Everything have announced they will perform their latest album accompanied by an orchestra playing 13 musical instruments at two upcoming gigs.
The indie rock band will play tracks from Man Alive, released in August 2010, in London and Manchester together with the Royal Northern College of Music.
Their Christmas special performance will be in the capital on December 15th 2010 at the Union Chapel, while two days before, the Manchester Man Alive Ensemble show will be held at the Royal Northern College of Music itself.
Fans can expect their songs to be reworked and sound different when played with the collection of classical musical instruments, with the arrangement being mastered by David Coyle and Ben Cottrell.
Before their unique shows, Everything Everything are set to perform in venues across Europe, the US and the UK, including a gig at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York on October 22nd.
Posted on 14 Oct 2010 15:25 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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