A 25-member orchestra is not out of the ordinary, but what about a 25-member orchestra with instruments made out of everyday objects?
That’s exactly what the creators of STOMP did with their new show PANDEMONIUM: The Lost and Found Orchestra.
While STOMP creates rhythm with everyday objects, PANDEMONIUM uses these objects to create every section of a symphony orchestra. For example: a musical saw is used as part of the strings section, plastic and aluminum barrels used for the percussion and the woodwind section is comprised of bottles.
The cast is composed of classical musicians, physical comedians, veteran STOMP performers, and even aerialists! Each stop along the U.S. tour will also feature a 30-member choir to contribute vocals. Concert Singers of Cary has been selected to join the show for the eight Raleigh performances.
The show will be playing at the Raleigh Progress Energy Center from September 29 through October 3. All seats are just $30. For ticket and show information, click here.
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