See Sister Sledge perform with Manchester's Camerata Orchestra at Disco Classical

If you're a lover of disco then you're in for a treat. Disco Classical is a unique, explosive collaboration of disco classics performed by the Camerata Orchestra starring Sister Sledge and accompanied by Liverpool Disco Festival DJs and it's coming to Manchester this July.

By Ben Brown | Last updated 9 February 2018

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What can surely be billed as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, Disco Classical is going to take the world’s greatest disco tracks and reinvent them into a unique musical collaboration. It’s coming to Victoria Warehouse on Friday 13th July and tickets go on sale this Friday 9th February – don’t miss out!

Disco Classical will feature live on stage the legendary group Sister Sledge, who will be joined by Manchester’s Camerata orchestra, a 35-piece orchestra who know how to push the boundaries in classical music.

For the first time in their careers, the sisters, a choir and a band will perform alongside the Liverpool Disco Festival DJ to a live classical score, specially adapted by Music Director and conductor, Tim Crooks and compiled by Liverpool Disco Festival founder and resident James Morgan.

Disco Classical @ Victoria Warehouse
Friday 13th July, 7pm

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Formed in 1971 in Philadelphia, Sister Sledge consisted of four sisters: Debbie, Joni, Kim and Kathy and are best known for their absolutely belting songs “We Are Family”, “Lost In Music”, “He’s the Greatest Dancer” and “Frankie”.

Ensuring the party never stops, the Liverpool Disco festival DJs will be opening the concert and playing seamlessly between orchestra and performers, with a classical DJ-hybrid set of some of the most-loved, food-stomping shape-throwing dance floor classics, all hand-picked for the lost-in-music crowd.

Captivating light displays are sure to mesmerise with an array of glittering disco balls and strobe lights to send the crowd into a transcending euphoria.