British Rock Symphony,
Choir to perform at DSU
CLEVELAND — The British
Rock Symphony and Choir are
headed for the Bologna Perform-
ing Arts Center at Delta State
University for a 7:30 pm. March
Featuring guest stars Billy Pre-
ston and Darlene Love, the show
presents rock ‘n roll histmy with
the music of the Beatles, The
Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin,
Pink Floyd and The Who.
The tour also features special
performances by Simon Town-
shend, lead guitarist and younger
brother of Who leader Pete Town-
shend, Mark Clarke, Alvin Fields,
Jimmy Jewell, Michael Messer
and Ben Townshend.
Conductor Keith Levenson has
transformed the rock master-
pieces into original symphonic
Driven by an orchestra, gospel
choir, a core rock band and vocal-
ists, the symphony performs in a
two-hour plus program.
The show that debuted to a
sold-out New York audience in
1999, presents over 20 songs by
Paul McCartney, John Lennon,
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards,
Peter Townshend, Robert Plant,
Jimmy Page, David Giklmour
and Roger Waters.
Comments from cn'tics include.
“awesome,” “can’t wait to see it
again,” and “best show I’ve ever
The New York Post calls the
show, “The year’s hottest ticket."
Tickets are $20 to $38. For
reservations, call the box ofﬁce at
846-4626. The box ofﬁce is Tues-
day through Friday.