Monday, January 12, 2015

Comfortably numb? Two-hour symphonic music and light show of Pink Floyd music with the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra on Sat, Jan 17, 7:30 pm, Riverview Theater

The music of Queen: A Rock Symphony at The Pavilion

Brent Havens, conductor, would be the monster in the room for the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra's presentation of the Music of Pink Floyd on Sat, Jan 17.

Havens is Arranger/Guest Conductor for eleven symphonic rock programs – the Music of Led Zeppelin, the Music of the Doors, the Music of Pink Floyd, the Music of the Eagles, the Music of Queen, the Music of Michael Jackson, the Music of The Who, The Music of Whitney Houston, the Music of The Rolling Stones and most recently the Music of U2. Havens has also created a full orchestral show for Lou Gramm, The Voice of Foreigner, with Lou singing out front.

The two-hour-plus concert features a massive light show timed with more than 15 Pink Floyd tunes, says the SSO. Tickets here.

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