The event, hosted in collaboration with the Bridges For Music charity, will take place at Shoreditch House in London this month.
The interview is part of a fundraising evening hosted by Bridges For Music, the music-focused charity RA partnered with on last year's cycle from London to Amsterdam. There will also be an auction and a rooftop party soundtracked by Ben Pearce, with all proceeds (including the ticket price) going towards the construction of a music school in the township of Langa in Cape Town. We'll have updates on the project, which began following the cycle last year, in next few weeks.
"I believe dance music can be an amazing tool to break down social barriers and bring hope," says Moroder, whose first solo album in 30 years is set to come out in June. "Dance music doesn't care where you live, who your friends are or how much money you make, or whether you are 74 or 24."
Tickets to the event are available here on RA.