THE WILDERNESS ORCHESTRA PRESENTS GOD’S JUKEBOX
God’s Jukebox instantly became part of the fabric of Wilderness. The Atrium’s house band (which just happens to be a 47-piece Symphony Orchestra) arranges songs chosen by YOU, the audience.

You request the songs that have backtracked the most monumental moments in your life. The orchestra plays them with guest singers. Everyone cries. It’s communal joy so potent the air crackles.

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Nominate one song or artist and let us know why you've picked them. The entries that raise the most goosebumps will be arranged for orchestra in new and surprising ways and performed by surprise guest vocalists, creating a democratic megamix to melt the soul.

WHAT:
Be brave - we are looking to create something unique and eclectic, so don't worry about choosing 'orchestral' music. Our arrangers and performers are wizards who work with any genre. Also, feel free to nominate an artist rather than a song. We are happy to work with "anything by…”

WHY:
The most moving and meaningful memories of why this song or artist speaks to you are the criteria we use to create our playlist. It will be read before the song by way of introduction. You can choose to be kept anonymous or let yourself be known. But please hold nothing back, pour your heart out.

WHEN:
The show will take place at 18:00-19:45, Sunday, August 2nd at The Atrium. If your song is nominated we will be in touch via email to let you know and make sure you'll be there to see it!

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What song / artist would you like to request? *
Your answer
If you have chosen a specific song - please provide a link to the version of this song you have in mind.
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Why have you chosen this song or artist? (Let it all out...!) *
Your answer
Reading out the reasons for your choice is the heart & soul of this show. If chosen, are you happy for us to use your name when we introduce your song or artist? *
What is your name?
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