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Colours Classical Edinburgh on Saturday 16th February 2019
COLOURS CLASSICAL - EDINBURGH 2019
SATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 2019
USHER HALL, EDINBURGH
OVER 14'S ONLY - UNDER 16'S MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
Featuring: Scottish Festival Orchestra, Musichoir Scotland & Clanadonia
Plus special guest DJ sets from: Faithless, Jon Pleased Wimmin & DJ Yogi Haughton
Hosted by: Peyton (the iconic voice of Higher Place)
Featuring Vocalists: Nicholas McDonald, Peyton, Emma Gillespie X, Garry Greig, Heather Lennon, Neil Thompson, Paige Turley & Ant Thomaz
Conducted by: Tim Crooks
Curated by: Jon Mancini - Official & Iain 'Boney' Clark
Colours Classical is back in the capital! After the huge success of the SELL OUT show at Usher Hall in March 2018 and the follow up sell out show at The SSE Hydro in September 2018, Edinburgh is ready once again for a slice of the classical action. The amazing Usher Hall crowd will be treated to the sounds of the Scottish Festival Orchestra playing the 2nd edition soundtrack, complete with a cast of performers that will blow you away. If you missed Colours Classical at The SSE Hydro this year or simply want to do it all over again, then you need to be at Usher Hall on Saturday 16th February 2019.
The 2nd edition of Colours Classical features a brand new track list including some of the biggest & best dance tracks that were the soundtrack to our residency, spanning across all the genres. Think you’ve heard the best dance anthems played by an orchestra? Think again! Prepare yourselves for another night to remember on Saturday 16th February 2019.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
£38 + BF (Standing & Grand Circle)
£35 + BF (Upper Circle)
Music Genres: Club Classics, House
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