Electronic music producer and classically trained violinist, Sebastian Mullaert broke through the house and techno scene in the mid-nineties winning international acclaim with his work as a producer and live performer. His career highlights include a Swedish Grammy – P3 Guild Awards (for his work under the Minilogue duo) in 2007 and a nomination for the same award in 2017 as a solo artist. The musician’s latest album, Natthall, marks a completely different direction for the artist – done in collaboration with musicians of Tonhalle Orchester Zürich (one of the top 10 philarmonicas in the world) it seamlessly weaves the threads of electronic and classical music.
Here is the trailer to a short doc about the project which will also be released, that gives a taste of the magnitude of the project:
The album’s latest single, Moonwaker, is going to be released on the 20th of March and for me, personally, it is one of the best recent examples of how electronic and classical music can coexist not only harmoniously, but in a truly interesting way.