Taking Music To New Heights — Literally!

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Musician Teho decided to hit the high notes from a 3,000-metre (9,843 ft) peak in the Swiss Alps.

The French techno DJ braved sub-zero temperatures to perform on a small platform on the Glacier 3000 venue on the Scex Rouge in Switzerland.

He also had to overcome his fear of heights, Reuters reported. “I’m a bit scared of heights… so the first few moments on the stage, without any protective barriers, were really… special – until I managed to fully take in the view.

“As soon as I started playing, though, I quickly felt at ease, so I was able to fully enjoy the moment.”

Image via Le Cercle video

In the presence of the big three, the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, and Eiger mountains, the DJ who hails from Montpellier in France said he had never performed at such an unusual spot.

Of course, over the past year he hasn’t been unable to perform in public at all due to pandemic restrictions.

“It was a difficult year because every club, festival, and all parties were closed because of COVID-19,” he said.

The show was organised by Le Cercle, a Livestream company that films and broadcasts DJ-live performances in some of the strangest, coolest venues and places.

Last year Swiss acrobat Freddy Nock walked along the cable car wire to the summit of Glacier 3000, attempting part of it blindfolded.

“We were in touch with several musicians – most of the DJs – who wanted to perform with us in 2021,” said Bernhard Tschannen, CEO of Glacier 3000. “Diversifying is a new paradigm for artists and event organisers alike, who have to find other ways to make people dream.”

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