Marking a historic moment in the evolution of electronic music, fabric collaborate with the English National Opera for a showcase at the London Coliseum.
Frank Wiedemann (Âme), Rival Consoles, LCY & Josh Caffé will each perform on Wednesday 9th March at the historic venue, as live electronic music heads to the Opera for the first time.
Following an initial collaboration on the club’s ‘London Unlocked’ series of live streams in some of the capital’s most regal spaces, the two institutions come together to present a rare experience of electronic music.
Taking place in the largest theatre in the West End, the historic space will host four live sets runing from 7-11pm to mark this groundbreaking occasion. First opening in 1904, the venue now plays host to an array of contemporary arts and shows and is delighted to welcome electronic music for the first time.
Following a tough number of years for fabric and its relationship with local authorities, this collaboration is a huge green light for the industry. Recognising the inclusive and nourishing ethos of dance music, this event highlights a progressive shift in authorities outlook on electronic culture merging with the wider world of music.
After over two decades of operating in Islington, fabric continue to push the boundaries of electronic music and how it is perceived. Growing into a globally renowned hub for club culture, the collaboration signifies the coming together of cultures and honours the credibility and respect that has historically gone noticed with authority.
As fabric’s creative director, Jorge Nieto stated, “It’s a chance to explore beyond our home on Charterhouse Street and make way for other artistic expressions, beautiful spaces and fellow institutions that will elevate electronic music as a true art form.”
More information and tickets are available here.