The Goethe-Institut in co-operation with Melbourne Music Week delights in presenting a couple of exclusive performances by Tangerine Dream. German electronic music pioneeres founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese; not only did they have a pivotal role in the development of 'krautrock', they are well known for their film soundtracks as well. This totals over 60 and include the movies Sorcerer, Thief, The Keep, Risky Business, Firestarter, Legend and Miracle Mile to name a few. They also recently composed the original score for the video game Grand Theft Auto V.
As part of the Melbourne Music Week, this is Tangerine Dream's first performance in Australia since 1975. Supported by Black Cab, they will perform on the ten thousand pipes of the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ (90 - 120 Swanston street, Melbourne) on Sunday 16 November 2014 from 7pm to 11pm. CLICK HERE for Tickets ($55 bf)
Tangerine Dream will also be taking part in what promises to be a memorable event atACMI (Federation Square, Flinders street, Melbourne) on Thursday 20 November 2014. They will play the complete score to William Friedkin's epic jungle thriller Sorcerer while the film is being screened as a haunting backdrop. CLICK HERE for Tickets ($35 to $38)
Book early so as not to be disappointed. To check out other programs for the Melbourne Music week, CLICK HERE. To find out more about the Goethe-Institut CLICK HERE
Why? Tangerine Dreams, pioneers of electronic music playing the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ on Sunday 16 Nov 2014 and on Thursday 20 Nov will play the complete score to William Friedkin's epic jungle thriller Sorcerer