Next Show: BBC NOW Classical Playlist LIVE

We are very excited to announce our next show! We’ll be performing with BBC National Orchestra of Wales on Sunday 5 April at DEPOT in Cardiff.

Team WGME will be moving out of the usual synth semicircle for a concert where audience members will have the chance to get up-close with our synths and the incredible musicians of BBC NOW by walking around the venue for a synth and orchestral experience like no other. Head over to Will to hear his Minimoog Model D in action, venture towards Ross to check out his Roland Promars Compuphionic MRS-2 which he had specially modified, or be right beside Simon on his Akai EWI5000 – catch the action like never before!

Also performing will be acclaimed classical Australian saxophone star, Amy Dickson and heartthrob Welsh tenor Tristan Llyr Griffiths.

Featuring Prokofiev ‘Dance of the Knights’ (The Apprentice theme tune) and Beethoven ‘Scherzo from Symphony No 9’ (A Clockwork Orange) plus lots more.

For more information and to book tickets click here.

Autumn 2018 Dates

5 UK dates in October and November:

A couple of dates (1)

We have a gig at LSO St Lukes London, this Saturday May 12. Note it’s an afternoon show, 2:00 – 4:30 pm part of the Sounds and Visions series with Vikingur Olafsson and the Moogs with their respective takes on the music of Bach. more details here

Almost a tour – dates in Denmark and Ireland

The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble have two dates coming up this autumn: the first on 24th September 2017 at the Jazz House in Copenhagen celebrates music from Stanley Kubrick’s films, particularly Clockwork Orange, The Shining and 2001 – A Space Odyssey. The second night is on October 1st at at Dublin’s National Concert Hall.

http://jazzhouse.dk/events/a-clockwork-orange-stanley-kubrick-in-concert/

https://www.nch.ie/Online/Moog-Ensemble-01Oct17

UK Tour 2015 starts today!

Today sees the first of a series of gigs by Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, starting at St John the Evangelist Church, Oxford. Thursday: Birmingham Town Hall; Friday: Bristol Colston Hall Lantern; Sunday: Hexagon, Reading.

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