This Sunday 3rd June at 1.30pm, Trinity Orchestra returns to the Forbidden Fruit Festival Original Stage to perform it’s internationally acclaimed orchestral arrangement of Pink Floyd’s complete eighth studio album, ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’.
Day ticket €49.50 / Two-day ticket €89.50 / Weekend ticket €115
Available from Ticketmaster, usual outlets and credit card hotline:
Ph: 0818 719 300
OR head to the Trinity Orchestra twitter page, retweet the competition tweet and follow for a chance to WIN a pair of Forbidden Fruit Festival Weekend passes. Competition closes Monday 28th May at 10pm.
Winner of Best New Festival at the Irish Festival Awards for 2011; Forbidden Fruit is returning for another Bank Holiday feast of music, art and fashion. Now extended to three days with five stages, the non-camping festival is an urban fusion of music, art, fashion…and now also comedy; with a new comedy stage being added this year. The music line-up across the three days features iconic as well as up and coming artists, offering a variety of different genres to reflect the diverse modern music tastes of today.
Line-up includes: NEW ORDER; WILCO; JAMES VINCENT MCMORROW; LEFTFIELD; DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE: BOOKA SHADE; THE RAPTURE; BEIRUT; DEATH IN VEGAS;BLOODY BEETROOTS; MAZZY STAR; ATLAS SOUND; MODESELEKTOR; TRINITY ORCHESTRA plus many more…..
Trinity Orchestra is an entirely student-run society that brings together some of the most talented young musicians in Ireland, all of whom are currently students or staff in Trinity College Dublin. The players, from various disciplines within the college, are brought together by their love and aptitude for music. Trinity Orchestra’s more recent tradition of arranging popular music was originally established so as to provide society members with a new opportunity to be creative, making alternative use of the orchestral sound. Following celebrated Main Stage appearances at last year’s Forbidden Fruit and Electric Picnic Festivals, Trinity Orchestra’s introduction of Pink Floyd’s 70s progressive rock album ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ arranged for full orchestra, singers and band has been widely praised . With rave reviews from such publications as State Magazine – “Nothing short of stunning” – and the University Times – “Another triumphant performance to add to the Orchestra’s growing canon” – the performance has had a huge impact on Dublin and London audiences. Now, Trinity Orchestra takes their largest and loudest production to the Forbidden Fruit Festival Original Stage.