Pete Townshend announces orchestral version of The Who’s Quadrophenia

Pete Townshend has announced details of a new orchestral version of The Who’s 1973 album, Quadrophenia. The classical version of the rock opera has been orchestrated by Rachel Fuller and will be released by Deutsche Grammophon in June 2015, with a world premiere concert at London's Royal Albert Hall on July 5. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 5, priced at £35.00, plus fees, and will be available here.

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Pete Townshend has announced details of a new orchestral version of The Who’s 1973 album, Quadrophenia.

The classical version of the rock opera has been orchestrated by Rachel Fuller and will be released by Deutsche Grammophon in June 2015, with a world premiere concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall on July 5.

Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 5, priced at £35.00, plus fees, and will be available here.

Conducted by Robert Ziegler, the show will feature the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Oriana Choir and stars Pete Townshend and Alfie Boe, who will sing parts originally performed by Roger Daltrey.





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