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).

We’ve presented nights in partnership with the V&A, Royal Academy of Arts, Dulwich Picture Gallery, National Trust and others. Our events are ‘a space where classical music can be enjoyed in a relaxed environment’ (BBC 6 Music). 

With performances including a Mozart synth opera, baroque DJ sets, new music inspired by the pioneering women of electronic music, and immersive theatre for lute, drag queen and synths, Classical Remix nights offer something unique and unexpected. 

Photo by Tim Boddy

Photo by Tim Boddy


At Classical Remix we produce unique events that celebrate and share the extraordinary power of classical and experimental music. By commissioning artists, writers and musicians to reimagine and reinterpret this music, our events explore new perspectives and engage new audiences.

With world-class music making at their centre, Classical Remix nights are relaxed, informal, and accessible for all.

Alongside each of our performances, we are committed to offering education and outreach opportunities. In the past we have worked with students from Goldsmiths College, The University of Manchester, the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and elsewhere.

Photo by Dimitri Djuric

Photo by Dimitri Djuric



Benjamin Tassie | Artistic Director

Benjamin Tassie founded Classical Remix in 2017. As a composer, his music has been performed on BBC Radio 3, Resonance FM, at Tate Modern, The Place, Wilderness Festival and elsewhere. He has written for choir in a disused factory and arrange pop songs for baroque orchestra.


Bobby Jewell | Curator + Producer

Bobby Jewell hosts the ‘A Quieter Storm’ ambient and electronic show on Resonance Extra. Elsewhere, he has writes on music, art and architecture for The Wire, Super Collider, Corymbus and others.


Hannah Fiddy | Marketing

Hannah Fiddy specialises in digital marketing for alternative and classical music organisations. She has worked with John Rutter, Street Orchestra, Nonclassical, Spitalfields Music and others.


Luke Neve | Press

Luke Neve has managed press for arts and culture organisations including the Venice Biennale, the Vinyl Factory, Sony, and the Brighton Photo Biennial. With a background in design, Luke currently manages press for pH+ architects.



Sam Brown

Georgina Leach

Lysandre Ménard

Jo Thomas

Liam Byrne

Samuel Lom

Carla Rees

Luke Challinor

Olivia Louvel

Jacqueline Saphra

Rhys Hollis

Gareth Mattey

Ella Taylor