Celebrate 30 years of Ministry of Sound by reliving your favourite dance classics reimagined by the 50-piece London Concert Orchestra. Ministry of Sound Classical presents Three Decades of Dance will take you on a journey through the dance anthems of the 90s, 00s, 10s and today!
For our biggest show to date, we're taking over the O2, London on Saturday 13th November for a night like you've never seen before. Ministry of Sound Classical will be joined by Paul Oakenfold, one of the DJs who played on our opening night all the way back in September 1991, and a man who was vital to the last 30 years of dance music culture.
DANCE ANTHEMS AS YOU'VE NEVER HEARD THEM BEFORE
This ain't no DJ set! We've joined forces with some of the most talented players in classical music to create a Ministry of Sound take on what an orchestral performance can be. Each performance features a full 50-piece orchestra performing iconic dance classics, completely rearranged and reinterpreted for 2020.
We've handpicked the very best tunes from dance music and recreated them in a breathtaking orchestral performance. We had some pretty decent DJs through our doors, so we've recruited many of them back to perform alongside an incredible 50-piece orchestra.
Ministry of Sound Classical
An orchestral tour celebrating the biggest dance anthems of all time.
Each show features never heard before classical remakes of iconic dance anthems, including:
The Chemical Brothers – “Hey Boy Hey Girl”
Dario G – “Sunchyme”
Faithless – “Insomnia”
Fatboy Slim – “Right Here, Right Now”
Moloko – “Sing It Back”
Our first-ever fully produced classical music show, features:
50-piece classical orchestra
Nationwide special guest DJ appearances
Live performances from original vocalists
The biggest dance tracks reimagined with an orchestral makeover
Live-scored documentary featuring Judge Jules, Paul Oakenfold, Brandon Block and key Ministry of Sound players including Justin Berkmann and Lohan Presencer