Trans Siberian Orchestra

Trans Siberian Orchestra, the world famous orchestra will back to the Kohl Center for a performance Monday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for Trans Siberian Orchestra performance go on sale at the Wisconsin Athletic Ticket Office located at Camp Randall Stadium on Monday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m.

Ticket prices $59.50, $49.50, $39.50 and $25. A convenience fee of $6.50 per ticket will be charged for phone and Internet sales along with a $5 order charge.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is one of the top selling concert acts in the world founded in 1996 by Paul O'Neill, who brought together long-time friends Jon Oliva, Robert Kinkel, and Al Pitrelli. The band's musical style incorporates neoclassical, symphonic and progressive sorts of hard rock/metal.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra has recorded and performed renditions of traditional Christmas songs, and these have been among their most popular works. They are also known for their elaborate concerts, complete with a full light show and dozens of pyrotechnics that are synchronized with their performance.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra released their debut album Christmas Eve and Other Stories in 1996, and it remains their best-selling album. From then on, TSO cover arts are painted by popular artist Greg Hildebrandt. Their 1998 release The Christmas Attic was similarly a rock opera with a Christmas theme. This album featured what remains one of their most recognizable songs, Christmas Canon, a take on Pachelbel's Canon in D.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra played their first live show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1999. In 2000, they released their first non-Christmas album, Beethoven's Last Night, a rock opera about Ludwig van Beethoven's last night on earth, during which he meets Fate, her son Twist, and Mephistopheles.

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