Join the Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble for a night of dance grooves performed live by a large band.
German trio Brandt Brauer Frick's debut album 'You Make Me Real' successfully fused techno and classical music. The two forms are so different - regimented rhythms and laptop production on the one hand, complex musical theory and virtuosity on the other - you'd be forgiven for thinking a true hybrid was impossible.
But tracks such as 'Bop', a gently building pulse of shuffling polyrhythms, rich, resonant pianos and warm synth bass, saw them pull it off in some considerable style.
Now Daniel Brandt, Jan Brauer and Paul Frick have taken their genre-defying experiment to the next level with the Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble. They've ditched the computers they used to arrange 'You Make Me Real'. They have expanded the band to a ten-piece so they can play handcrafted dance grooves completely live.
Their festival schedule has so far incorporated Coachella, Sonar, North Sea Jazz, Haldern Pop and Bestival.