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Gillan Philharmonic at the City Of Steel

Ferropolis, Gräfenhainichen, Germany; © 2006 Nick Soveiko, cc-by-sa: some rights reserved

Ian Gillan will perform two shows with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra in early September in Germany under the Classics Play Rock monicker. The tickets are already on sale for both Gräfenhainichen and Magdeburg. Both shows are all reserved seating. There are VIP packages being advertised for the Magdeburg show at €250. Please be advised that these VIP packages include a pre-show dinner at the Otto von Guericke Hall in Maritim Hotel Magdeburg and a seat in the first two rows, but there is no promise made of any backstage or meet’n’greet access.

5 Comments to “Gillan Philharmonic at the City Of Steel”:

  1. 1
    Joanna says:

    Great! If I could, I’d be there:D

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    elprupdeep says:

    are they going to perform jon lord masterpiece?????
    what is gillan philarmonic????? cheers and long live DP.

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    andre sihotang says:

    Variation and creation is what DP Mk8 members need now, so they can arrange and produce something new for their next alum and next tour (and next set list of course). Gillan, Morse, and Airey are doing great with their solo albums and shows. So what about Glover and PAice?

    Maybe I can wait for Blackmore’s Night with orchestra?

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    james jay says:

    no flare guns allowed : )

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    Tracy Heyder aka Zero the Hero says:

    It’s great to see these guys constantly going out and playing in the various forms they pursue….HAT’s OFF to you Mr. Gillan….

    andre sihotang..#3:

    Variation and creation is what they always do. There are 2 MK7 and 2 MK8 albums….none of which sounds anything like each other. I can’t complain about the Newness of their albums. They are all different. Now, what I would like to see is a real strong, heavy, crankin’ album, with lot’s of jammability though….


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