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Tomorrowland announces performance from 60-piece orchestra to celebrate 15th anniversary

There will be two performances from the The Metropole Orchestra Academy...

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Tomorrowland will celebrate their 15 year anniversary with two 'Symphony of Unity' performances on 21st and 28th July.

The 'Symphony of Unity' experiences, highlighting The Metropole Orchestra's Academy musicians, will each been an hour long and feature orchestral renditions of some of Tomorrowland's greatest hits.

Speaking on the 'Symphony of Unity' to the press, conductor Dirk Brossé shared: "In my 40-year career I have conducted world-class orchestras in the most prestigious concert halls around the world, from the Royal Albert Hall in London to the Sydney Opera House and the Carnegie Hall in New York, and many more. However, performing at Tomorrowland, the world’s most famous and most original and artistic festival, will undoubtedly be a lifelong highlight."

Tomorrowland festival takes place across two weekends, from 19th to 21st July and 26th to 28th July.

Armin van Buuren, Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Don Diablo, Fisher, Oliver Heldens and Nervo are all set to perform at Tomorrowland 2019.

Watch the official aftermovie from Tomorrowland's 2019 winter festival.

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