Cercle invites Reinier Zonneveld for a performance at Aviation Museum


Reinier Zonneveld will play a unique live set on Monday, the 1st of July at 8.30 pm EEST, at The State Aviation Museum in Ukraine; a gig surrounded by 80 aircrafts from the 20th century.

Despite his young age, Zonneveld already managed to score several charting hits, including a Beatport no.1 hit with “Things We Might Have Said”, which was included on his well-received album “Megacity Servant” and eventually even landed in a Hollywood production. As a pilot himself, Reinier Zonneveldhas a strong connection with the location Cercle picked for his concert. When Zonneveld was only 9 years old, he received special permission to get his flying license – a special exception that made him one of the youngest people able to fly a plane.

At the end of 2015 Zonneveld completed his two master degrees. Once graduated he decided to dedicate all his time to the thing he was most passionate about: producing and DJing techno music. With his productions and live-sets influenced by both Zonneveld’s classical background and own rave experiences as a visitor, it’s no surprise that his work contains a wide range of deep melodic tracks to pounding warehouse acid techno.

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Cercle is a media dedicated to promoting artists and venues with an exceptional production, our goal is to raise awareness around art, cultural heritage and great sceneries throughout two noble and federating arts, music and video. Every two weeks on Monday, one artist will play for 1 hour in a unique setting, followed by an interview via Facebook live. Cercle has already collaborated with multiple venues like the Eiffel Tower, Fontainebleau’s castle, Chambord’s Castle, Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck, Bourdelle’s Museum.

Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum is the youngest and at the same time, the largest historical museum of the country’s technical history. It was established in 2003, and it is opening crowned the major date – 100th anniversary of world aviation.The museum is located at the territory of the former Educational Air Base of KIIGA (now NAU), and aircrafts assigned to Base became the core of its collection. However, started with only 30 machines, today SAM owns the exposition of more than 80 aircraft and helicopters.

The artist will be shot from multiple angles by cameras and broadcasted live on Cercle’s Facebook page. After the performance the artist will be interviewed, and the online audience will be able to ask their questions.