“Synth Happens” by Andreas Henneberg unites electronic dance music with a philharmonic orchestra. Live on stage!
When was the last time time you visited an opera house? Or did you ever? Imagine phat basslines and heavy kick drums together with the powerful sound of a philharmonic orchestra and more than 80 people on stage. No, it’s not just Mozart with beats. The musical concept of Synth Happens is based on existing songs and brand new productions from Andreas Henneberg himself. Affectionately translated into the world of classical instruments and rearranged for an impressive live show.
Let’s combine the extraordinary sound-wall of a full philharmonic orchestra with the fat grooves and weird synth lines of electronic club music. A crossover concert for an open-minded audience of all ages. It is made to give the audience a completely new experience, letting them explore and discover symphony orchestras, opera houses, theaters and concert halls in a new way.
Written by: Andreas Henneberg | Arranged by: Christian Dellacher | Managed by: Dr. Barbara Volkwein
National Theatre Mannheim, Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra, Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg, Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, Nikolaisaal Potsdam and more.