Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets have more than one reason to sell hot. An extraordinary ensemble with orchestral Christmas metal as their specialty, the incredibly popular orchestra has a repertoire of wildly engaging music that never fails to surprise and enthrall the audiences. TSO fans have the final couple of weeks to witness one of the most incredible shows ever produced by the ensemble. The orchestra intends to finally take The Lost Christmas Eve" off in November. Other performances and albums by the ensemble however will continue to captivate audiences.
About Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO)
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a progressive rock band, formed in 1993 by the composer, lyricist and producer Paul ONeill. A sixty piece orchestra was assembled along with a chorus to produce completely distinctive form of music. The unique ability of the band members to harmonize completely different music styles allows them to create distinguished music. Incorporating orchestral, symphonic, classical and progressive music routines into heavy metal and hard rock, TSO truly produces some wonderful music beats that prove infectious for the fans.
In 1996 Trans-Siberian Orchestra released their debut album Christmas Eve and Other Stories, followed by The Christmas Attic Stories in 1988. The kick start for the band came in 1999 with their tour after the completion of their first non-seasonal recording and third rock opera, "Beethovens Last Night". There was a small gap in any major release by Trans-Siberian Orchestra, however they continued their performances and fans stayed hooked. 2004 saw the group return with "Lost Christmas Eve and another five year long gap followed. In 2009, the orchestra released a two-disc album, Night Castle. Their latest release is Tales of Winter released in 2013, which is precisely a compilation album featuring songs from all six of the bands previous operas.
What to Expect?
There are a couple of albums and projects that the band has announced as their future releases. Fans are excited and they are already buying the available Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets hastily so that they can be the first to experience new material by their favorite band. One of the most anticipated works is their upcoming album titled Romanov: When Kings Must Whisper. Based on a novel written in 1917, the album was initially supposed to be the bands debut release. Such news about this new release has obviously increased the public demand for the album, even before it hit the market.
Two other upcoming productions are The New York City Blues Express and Gutter Ballet. A new theatre production Letters from the Labyrinth is also in schedule as well as a musical Running in the Passion of the Fairytale Moon. The usual genres in which Trans-Siberian Orchestra conducts are symphonic rock, classical, neo-classical metal and progressive rock. Hence these new releases are also expected to be along similar lines; however as with all the previous releases, these are expected to be unique in every way.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra has donated more than ten million dollars to a number of local and national charity organizations. Since the band has started touring, it has made a habit of donating at least some portion of revenue generated from every ticket sold; normally the contributions go to a charity in the same city where the performance is held. Although the band has made donations to several forms of charities, their main focus is on those that are geared towards protection and help for children. In a nutshell, Trans-Siberian Orchestra has everything that a music fan can ask for. Incredible music, amazing performances, a philanthropic commitment and continuous experimentation and innovation; with all these attributes it comes as no surprise that fans go crazy over buying Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets whenever there is a performance scheduled by the band.