From the studio to the stage: Ferry Corsten announces debut of Gouryella live!

 

What was previously one of the biggest production projects in Trance Music between Tiesto and Ferry Corsten, Gouryella is back now and it’s all thanks to the legendary Ferry Corsten who decided to bring it back to life as one of his current projects.

To quote Ferry’s own words: “Being a project so dear to my heart and one I know you guys are equally passionate about, I can honestly say, I was a little nervous about what the reaction would be after 13 years of no new music from me under the Gouryella name. However, the love and excitement you guys showed around ‘Anahera’ was truly inspiring, and really cemented my decision to write a new chapter in the story of Gouryella.

After a 13 year hiatus from the project Ferry decided the time had come to breathe life once more into a musical force that so many fans had longed for. Emerging from the studio in May 2015, Ferry gave the world premiere of a new Gouryella. Titled ‘Anahera’, which means ‘Angel’ in Maori, this new uplifting trance score with its immense nostalgic feel received its first spin on Ferry’s global spanning radio show ‘Corsten’s Countdown’ and excited a community of fans who, by now, had come to believe that the Gouryella project was one for the history books.

An emotion that Ferry shares, which is why fans can expect something truly special from the Gouryella live show. Enveloped in a unique stage production the show will give fans an experience set around all the questions that human kind has. Playing back into the enigmatic energy that surrounds the names aboriginal meaning of ‘Heaven’, this live tour concept will bring to life the soul of Gouryella, as Ferry has always envisaged it, and give fans a breath-taking experience to remember. Welcome back Gouryella!

For more info, keep an eye on facebook.com/ferrycorsten and ferrycorsten.com

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