featuring former members of
ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
THursday, January 11 | 5pm & 8pm
Resident $45-$60 | General Public $50-$65
The Electric Light Orchestra's ambitious yet irresistible fusion of Beatlesque pop, classical arrangements, and futuristic iconography rocketed the group to massive commercial success throughout the 1970s.
Not all rock was created equal; The Orchestra is living proof. With a pedigree reaching into the 70s and 80s as the Electric Light Orchestra and into the 90s as ELO Part II. The Orchestra has launched their 2017 tour, heralding a continuing era of unparalleled symphonic rock. ALL six members of The Orchestra were ELO Part II, with two of the six members - Mik Kaminski (the famous “Blue Violin”) and keyboardist Louis Clark - dating back to the Electric Light Orchestra in the 1970s and 1980s. The former members of ELO and ELO Part II, touring domestically and internationally since 2001 as The Orchestra, are known as the “all time masters of symphonic rock” with the use of strings, synthesizers, and exquisitely layered vocals. For many people, the “ELO sound” is as close as they will ever get to classical music. ELO hits from yesteryear are the cornerstone of The Orchestra’s repertoire, including Strange Magic, Do Ya, Don’t Bring Me Down, Evil Woman, Livin’ Thing, Turn to Stone, Sweet Talkin’ Woman, Telephone Line, Ma-Ma-Ma Belle, Mr. Blue Sky and Roll Over Beethoven. Call it the ELO phenomenon … I just “Can’t Get It Out of My Head!”