Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra meets Fink

The Queen’s Night Concert at Concertgebouw unites classical music with pop and electro musicians and is rapidly becoming a new tradition. On previous editions the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra teamed up with Patrik Watson and CoCorosie for an evening of cross-genre fun. This year they asked Fink, consisting of the singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer and DJ Fin Greenall – also known as Fink by himself – Guy Whittaker (bass) and Tim Thornton (drums). The band first became widely-known for their 2006 release Biscuits for Breakfast. Since then, they have released three more albums, the most recent of them being 2011’s Perfect Darkness. The show was streamed live as an app wich is now available in the itunes store.



For me it was a night to remeber, the music sounded fantastic! Fin Greenall is such a nice guy. Altough there was nog signing session afterwards he was kind enough to chat with me and sign the vinyl copy of Perfect Darkness.






CoCorosie


Patrick Watson

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