Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and their brand of "Rock Theater,” are preparing to light up the road for a three month Spring Tour, traveling to over 60 markets across the United States. The band will performing ”Beethoven’s Last Night” for one final tour before the band begins to focus on its new album and new live concert spectacular. TSO will be in Fort Wayne at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on Wednesday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $57, $47 or $37 and are on sale now at the Memorial Coliseum Ticket Office, or by phone at (800) 745-3000. Not to be missed, this unparalleled unique performance combines virtuoso musicianship, story-telling and over the top production. Audiences will immerse themselves into "Beethoven's Last Night," with the music and story of the famed composer as he battles for his eternal soul. TSO creator, Paul O'Neill explains, "By the age of 21 Beethoven tackled Vienna, the music capital of the world. Mozart recognized him as one of the greatest piano players in the world but his world would soon crash around him. At 25 Beethoven realized he was going deaf. He could have given up on his music and life and no one would have judged him harshly but instead he went on to write some of the greatest compositions ever created. His music would bring delight, joy and compassion to billions, but he himself would never hear his last works.
With sales in excess of 8 million, Trans-Siberian Orchestra is among the most popular groups of the modern era. TSO debuted in 1996, since then, all three of the Orchestra's Holiday-themed albums have proven enduring blockbusters, returning annually to the top 10 on Billboard's "Top Chart Albums" and "Top Holiday Albums" charts.
"O'Neill's vision for TSO and how he created the "Rock Theater" art form were propelled from the stage to the television screen with the support of PBS. The PBS special titled "The Birth of Rock Theater,” features live performances from "Beethoven's Last Night" along with music from their most recent album "NightCastle," which debuted at #5 on the Billboard Charts. "The Birth of Rock Theater" is a must see for any TSO fan.Here is what other people are saying about Trans-Siberian Orchestra:
“The show is a symphonic slam…with its intricate plot and dazzling stylistic breadth, it’s without a doubt entertaining.” – BOSTON HERALD “A stunning symphonic metal group.” – am NEW YORK “It was part rock symphony, part Broadway play and a big dose of arena rock from the 1970s and ‘80s. Imagine Queen, The Who, Yes all on the stage together playing souped up classical music.” – HUNTSVILLE TIMES