The Heritage Orchestra

The Heritage Orchestra

Founded by producer/ manager Christopher Wheeler and conductor/composer Jules Buckley, the Heritage Orchestra are a London-based experimental orchestra comprised of over 30 musicians.

Previous performances include Vangelis's Blade Runner soundtrack for Massive Attack's Meltdown Festival in 2008 and a performance of John Cale's Paris 1919 at the Royal Festival Hall in 2010, as well as works by Joy Division ("live_transmission") and Amon Tobin.

They became 'resident artist' at Bexhill's De La Warr Pavilion in 2011/12.

Along with Jules Buckley, they have been touring with Pete Tong for his "Ibiza Classics" shows, since 2016.

They released their debut eponymous album in 2006, followed by: "Black Water Transit" (film score), "The Heritage Orchestra Feat. DJ Yoda - G. Prokofiev Concerto for Turntables and Orchestra" (both in 2009), "Unkle and The Heritage Orchestra Presents 'Variation of a Theme' Live at the Union Chapel" (2014), plus 2021's "The Breaks".

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