Jean Michel Jarre returns for all-in-one-show

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French electro music pioneer and composer Jean Michel Jarre will return to Romania for a new performance, which promises to be nothing short of spectacular as it introduces the concept of the “all-in-one-show.” This means that last generation technologies are integrated into the sound, lights and special effects. The show will have analog synthesizers and the latest digital technology, spectacular laser designs and light choreography that will accompany Jarre’s best known songs.The event will take place on June 3 at the Palace Hall in the capital and is organized by the Phoenix Foundation. Tickets go on sale in the Eventim network from February 21.Jarre was previously in Bucharest in 2008 for a show whose tickets sold out a month in advance. The French artist rose to fame in the 1970s. His first mainstream success was the 1976 album Oxygene, which sold around 12 million copies. This was followed, two years later, by Equinoxe. To date, Jarre has sold more than 80 million albums. In 1979, he performed in front of a record audience of more than a million people in Paris, and then went on to break his own record three times.

Otilia Haraga

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