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Astrovoyager ‘We Can Change Our Way’: A Melodic Trance Of Hope & Optimism

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Chris Reynolds

1.5.2020

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‘We Can Change Our Way’ is the finale to AstroVoyager’s electrifying 14-part ‘Big Bang’. A collaborative project between both himself and the Prague Concert Philharmonic. ‘We Can Change Our Way’ delivers to the listener a wave of optimism and hope at a time when many are seeking it.

Behind AstroVoyager ‘We Can Change Our Way’: Rhythmic & Full Of Hope

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‘We Can Change Our Way’ is a euphoric and rhythmic piece. It utilises the astounding and harmonic voices of French vocalists Taïga and Jean-Paul Florès, Using their voices to spread over an electro techno-trance combined melody. The piece is performed by both AstroVoyager on the piano with back up coming from the delicate strings of the Prague Concert Philharmonic orchestra.

What was purely a “calendar coincidence”, AstroVoyager himself has described the song as a way of bringing hope and faith, amid this global pandemic.

Who is AstroVoyager?

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AstroVoyager – whose real name is Philippe Fagoni – is a french composer, performer and electronic music producer. Fascinated by space and fuelled by the electro explosion of the 80s AstroVoyager readily cites the pioneers of electronic music. Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, and later the Dutch Dj and producer Armin Van Burren are some of the artists to have had a major influence on his creations.

His creations can be described as distilled visual music which transports us on an epic and dreamlike journey, imbued with science fiction. Throughout his work, he weaves his electronic instruments with classical orchestral instruments to create an electronic symphony. For many of his creations, he employs the help of renowned classical musicians, from the Travelling Quartet to the Tetraktys Ensemble even the Prague Concert Philharmonic. He has collaborated with acclaimed electronic musicians such as Blackbird Blackbird and Deep Forest.

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AstroVoyager has also been noted for his live performances, here again, we can see his balance between electronic and classical sounds. Whether it be during his energetic, highly-charged pyomusical outdoor events or even his concerts based in intimate seated auditoriums he always keeps the balance.

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