25 NOVEMBER 2021 Bell Orchestre joins conductor André de Ridder and Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal to perform House Music in its entirety. Orchestral arrangement by Owen Pallett. One night only. Information and tickets
Bell Orchestre joins conductor André de Ridder and Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal to perform House Music in its entirety at Maison Symphonique de Montréal on 25 November 2021. < Information and tickets >
The Canadian premiere of our concert film for House Music (directed by our very own Kaveh Nabatian) will be presented at Hillside Festival July 23-25 (from 6:15 ET). Tickets are available (free) from hillsidefestival.ca
Ahead of the new album House Music being released this Friday via Erased Tapes, we want to share our kaleidoscopic technicolour video for ‘VII: Colour Fields’. Pre-order ‘House Music’ — out Friday: https://idol.lnk.to/HouseMusic
We are beyond excited to announce the first Bell Orchestre full-length work in over a decade: House Music — our immersive ecosystem of an album will be released on Erased Tapes on March 19. So much more to come! We’ve missed you.
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Bell Orchestre are joining the Erased Tapes family! That is not all. We have new music and a short film to share. It’s called IX: Nature That’s It That’s All and it was made by our very own Kaveh Nabatian. Enjoy!
Hey friends. Other than a couple of shows in 2015, this will be our first tour in 10 years. We’re really excited about it. Playing our new album and two of the shows will be with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. Here are all of the dates. Only a few shows this time around, but we’ll be playing more in 2020.
August 23 Hamburg at the Elbphilharmonie (with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra) August 25 Berlin at the Michelberger Hotel August 29 Hanover at Feinkost Lampe August 31 Aarhus at the Musikhuset (with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra)