The Music of Moroder

The Music of Moroder

An orchestral celebration of the Godfather of Disco with guest vocalists Anna Calvi, Shingai Shoniwa and Liela Moss, plus Giorgio onstage reciting his part from Daft Punk's 'Giorgio By Moroder'.

From Donna Summer and Daft Punk, to Electric Dreams, Scarface, Flashdance, and Midnight Express. This performance draws from a seminal catalogue of 13 studio albums, 10 soundtracks and 200 gold and platinum discs, re-working the 74-year old’s key musical motifs and signature synth melodies into a time-hopping presentation – celebrating Giorgio Moroder’s undeniable influence on popular music.

Credited with introducing synth to the world of disco, and having worked with the likes of David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and Cher, Moroder was behind such genre-defining hits as Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’, ‘Love To Love You Baby’ and Blondie’s ‘Call Me’ (all of which get special treatment in this show).The pioneering artist is also the musical genius behind the timeless film themes for Scarface and American Gigolo, winning Academy Awards for Best Original Score on Midnight Express and Best Song for both Flashdance’s ‘What a Feeling’ and Top Gun’s ‘Take My Breath Away’. Immortalised as the man “everybody calls Giorgio” in Daft Punk’s landmark album Random Access Memories (another tune that gets featured), Moroder’s work and brilliant career are currently enjoying a renaissance.



Duration: 1hr 15minutes+ (no interval)

Minimum stage size 12m wide x 10m deep

Suitable for standing and seated venues, inside or outside

20 people in travelling party (12 core band, Giorgio, and conductor, plus 6 crew)

34 piece orchestra (minimum) sourced locally (if not provided by us)



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Tour Schedule

  • June 1st 2014

    Australia Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall (audience 4500)

 To hear such a complex and cinematic melding of electronics and orchestral instruments delivered so brilliantly live is a rare treat (full article)

- The Guardian

 an Opera House full of electro worshippers lost their shit (full article)


witnessing this music by the UK's Heritage Orchestra is to enter the dream itself

- Timeout

 the man who invented dance music

- Nile Rodgers