On Saturday 16 April 2016 the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will perform classic dance music tracks inspired by the legendary Cream club night.

The event, curated by dance music duo and former Cream residents K-Klass, will take place in Liverpool Cathedral.

“This is an amazing project that unites the musical forces of Liverpool in one massive feast for the ears.  So many colours and sounds from synthesisers originate from acoustic instruments that there is a clear and exciting sound world that is shared between these two bodies, rich for exploration.  This common musical ground is so powerful as we have all the colours and textures of an orchestra, mixed with beats, bass lines, live vocalists and one epic sound system!  This will be truly incredible,” commented conductor and arranger Tim Crooks.

The event is the first in a series to be staged by Cream in Liverpool after the closure of their spiritual home in the city Nation nightclub.

Pre-sale tickets for the concert go on sale at 10.00 on Tuesday 24 November 2015 with a general release on Wednesday 25 November.