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Cream Classical Live at the Liverpool Cathedral in celebration of Cream's 25th Anniversary

by Ellie Gregory. Published Thu 20 Apr 2017 20:49, last updated: 21/04/17

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, Cream has set the standards high for live events this year, with Creamfield’s 20th Anniversary being this August Bank Holiday and with the return of Cream Classical Live tomorrow night.

This Friday 21st April and Saturday 22nd April, the Liverpool Cathedral will again become a playhouse of pandemonium after such a successful night last year.

Dubbed as a “you had to be there” moment, some of the biggest anthems will be recreated by 50 of the finest musicians from the Cream Philharmonic Orchestra.

As a global clubbing brand, Cream will be introducing brand new features, from production to vocal performances, with the help of one of the most iconic house music producers at the Classical event.

K-Klass are renowned for their immense contribution to house and dance music in the 1980s and 1990s, and still deliver a phenomenal musical experience today with every piece they play being adapted to the venue.

Despite working alongside the likes of Blondie, The Pet Shop Boys and Whitney Huston, K-Klass experience their ultimate DJ moment with Cream.

K-Klass said: “When we were very honoured to play the final set in the main room at Cream’s weekly night in Liverpool, which was the 10th birthday.

The last record we played was ‘Let Me Show You’— the Cream self-made anthem.”

Spectators are surely in for a night to remember.

Despite tickets being sold out for Friday night, those who still wish to go can sign up to a waiting list on skiddle.com or cream.co.uk.

For future Cream events, head over to their Facebook page @OfficialCream, or for more information on Creamfields event this August Bank Holiday weekend, head over to creamfields.com.



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