Orchestra 2001 presented two epic concerts in April 2018 at World Cafe Live and The Fillmore Philadelphia:
Zappa's Radical Classical Roots & Celebrating Frank Zappa's The Yellow Shark
The concerts celebrated Frank Zappa's genre-defying classical compositions from The Yellow Shark and works by his greatest influences: Edgard Varèse, Anton Webern, Igor Stravinsky, and Pierre Boulez. Major Support for this project was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
Jayce Ogren conducting Orchestra 2001 at The Fillmore Philadelphia, 4/28/2018.
Explore Zappa's relationship to composer Edgard Varèse:
Photo: Michael Putland, Used by Permission
Zappa's Radical Classical Roots
World Cafe Live
Sunday, April 22, 2018, at 7:00 pm
$35 Adult / $25 Senior / $15 Student
Celebrating Frank Zappa's The Yellow Shark
The Fillmore Philadelphia
Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 7:00 pm
29 E Allen St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
(find directions and parking HERE)
pre-concert panel discussion at 6:30 pm
$35 + Fees Seated / $25 + Fees General Admission Standing
(Tickets for The Fillmore concert are sold by Live Nation/Ticketmaster)
Orchestra 2001 presents the Philadelphia premiere of the genre-defying compositions from The Yellow Shark, in the 25th anniversary year of the album’s release and of Zappa’s death. The 16 pieces that comprise this program were described by Zappa as the best representation of his orchestral works. In a program at World Cafe Live the week before, Orchestra 2001 pairs Zappa’s chamber music with contemporary classical composers who were most influential to his development: Edgard VareÃŒâ‚¬se, Anton Webern, Igor Stravinsky, and Pierre Boulez.
Major support has been provided by
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