Classical Remix

Classical Remix commission composers, performers, writers and artists to reimagine and reinterpret historic music. Our nights are ‘unusual and incredibly special’ (London in Stereo), engaging diverse audiences with unique events that celebrate and share the extraordinary power of classical and experimental music.

Described by BBC 6 Music as ‘a space where classical music can be enjoyed in a relaxed environment’, we have presented nights in partnership with the V&A, Historic Royal Palaces, Ikon Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, National Trust and others. 


Our Partners and venues


 Past Events

Party Animals

Performed in the opulent Rothschild Rooms of the Gunnersbury Park Museum in West London, Party Animals featured the best loved Mozart opera arias arranged for synths, as well as new text by poet and playwright, Jacqueline Saphra.


After Violence

Songs by baroque composer John Dowland, recomposed for synths, lute, voice and drag queen, formed the basis of this experimental theatre work created for performances at The National Trust’s Sutton House, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts.


Synth Remix

Award-winning electronic musician Jo Thomas created new work based on the archival documents of Delia Derbyshire for these concerts celebrating the pioneering women of electronic music. Featuring a headline set by Olivia Louvel, Synth Remix toured the U.K. and was revived for the V&A Museum.