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Birds Of Tokyo Announce Symphonic Tour

On the back of the success of their latest ‘Two Of Us’, Birds of Tokyo have announced a symphonic tour. The five piece have rounded up the West Australian, Sydney, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras for a three-stop tour.

They’ll be performing in theatres across Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne with six shows locked in. Birds of Tokyo guitarist, Adam Spark says the band has wanted to do this ever since they had a chance to work with smaller ensembles back on their ‘Broken Strings’ tour.

“Obviously lots of artists do orchestral tours where they basically just play all their hits but this is a genuine collaboration on new music as well and that makes it a pretty unique creative experience for us. It’s daunting to be playing with such gifted musicians but it’s also a privilege so we really want to make the most of this opportunity,” said Sparks.

“The fact that Birds Of Tokyo can pivot from playing summer festival events with a classic rock band to playing concert halls with Symphony Orchestras is testament to both their music’s broad appeal and the different creative possibilities their work presents” said Natalie De Biasi from the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

“The Orchestras are looking forward to doing something very different at these shows.”

Check out all the dates and have a listen to ‘Two Of Us’ below.

Birds of Tokyo Symphonic Tour 2020 Dates

Tickets on sale 10am Thursday, 20th February

Pre-sale begins 10am Tuesday, 18th February and ends 9am Thursday, 20th February

Friday, 1st May
Perth Concert Hall, Perth
Joined by West Australian Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

Thursday, 7th May
Sydney Town Hall, Sydney
Joined by Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 8th May
Sydney Town Hall, Sydney
Joined by Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 9th May
Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ, Sydney
Joined by Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

Wednesday, 3rd June
Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall, Melbourne
Joined by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

Thursday, 4th June
Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall, Melbourne
Joined by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: Official Website

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