There is no doubt that electronic music has had a profound impact on classical music. Just as classical music has had a profound impact on electronic music. The fusion of these two genres has resulted in some of the most beautiful and innovative music ever created.
Classical music has been around for centuries, and is considered by many to be the foundation of all music. Electronic music, on the other hand, is a relatively new genre that was born out of the invention of the synthesizer. When these two genres are fused together, the result is something truly special.
The traditional sounds of classical music are combined with the modern sounds of house and melodic techno, creating a unique and unforgettable experience.
DJ Pete Sabo, with an orchestra under the direction of conductor Thomas Kerbl, will be performing the SABO|TAGE in Concert on Saturday, April 22, in the Brucknerhaus Linz in Austria. This Gala Concert presents another massive leap in Pete Sabo’s career and connects art, technology, history, past and present. For a single evening, a blend of electronic and classical music will replace a standard Brucknerhaus repertoire of Schubert, Strauss, Bach, Beethoven, Paganini, and other timeless composers. SABO|TAGE in Concert already got praise on Life Ball 2019, a charity event with Katie Holmes and others.
Pete Sabo is a Budapest-born and Vienna-based electronic music producer, DJ, and performer. He composed, wrote, and produced releases for renowned labels, such as Spinnin Deep and Bunny Tiger, getting massive support from the scene, including legends such as Pete Tong and many more.