Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
Conceived and created by noted composer Paul O’Neill, The Trans-Siberian Orchestra burst into the limelight in 1998. The so-called rock opera is his vision for mixing “Broadway storytelling with the spectacle of rock’’.
Essentially a super sensational sight and sound spectacular, the show is powered by a progressive rock band with up to 23 musicians. First the music surges forth in a spellbinding combination of classical, orchestral, symphonic, progressive, hard rock and heavy metal harmonies.
Then there’s the blazing pyrotechnics and the dazzling lights, lasers and video projections – all perfectly synched to send each performance (as well as those in the audience) directly into another dimension.
To date, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra or TSO has performed more than 1,500 concerts to more than ten million fans, and sold over eight million albums in the process. It is also ranked in the top ten best-selling acts of the last decade by Billboard and Pollstar. (Source: wikipedia.org)
“This year’s tour is scheduled for 112 performances in 67 cities and 38 states across America through December 30. A stop in Canada is also planned,” said Marta Ault at online ticket marketplace BuyAnySeat.com. “As in the past, seats are selling at a brisk pace.”
“That’s why we’re proud to be able to offer fans the most comprehensive and continuously refreshed selection of concert tickets online, with a worry-free guarantee to protect their purchase.
“In fact, we still have a great selection of Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets now available,” said Ault. “To see the show’s complete schedule and purchase tickets, customers can go to BuyAnySeat.com and search for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra – then select their tickets.”
Due to overwhelming demand, the band was divided into two touring productions in 2000. This season’s effort, featuring the band’s multi-platinum rock opera The Lost Christmas Eve, opens simultaneously at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio and Mid America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Wednesday, November 13, 2013.
This year’s extensive road trip wraps at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas and First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York on December 30, 2013.
After opening in Toledo and Council Bluffs, the two productions travel to Erie, Lincoln, University Park, Colorado Springs, Hartford, Manchester, Denver, Salt Lake, Charleston, Boise, Raleigh, Spokane, Columbia, Greenville, Seattle, Greensboro, Portland, Duluth and Sacramento. And that’s just before Thanksgiving. For the complete schedule, visit buyanyseat.com.
Completed in 2004, The Lost Christmas Eve is the final installment of the band’s Christmas trilogy and encompasses a run-down hotel, an old toy store, a blues bar, a Gothic cathedral, and their respective inhabitants – all magically intertwined during a single enchanted Christmas Eve in New York City.
The band has released a series of rock operas entitled Christmas Eve and Other Stories. These include The Lost Christmas Eve – as well as The Christmas Attic, Beethoven’s Last Night, and Night Castle. “This year we're touring with even more lights, lasers and pyrotechnics plus a few new surprises on the Flight Deck,” promises the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s website.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is also known for their extensive charity work.
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