Australian Symphony Orchestra To Perform DEEP PURPLE; More Details Revealed
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra will perform DEEP PURPLE music on Friday, March 28, 2008 and Saturday, March 29, 2008 at the Festival Theatre in Adelaide, Australia. "Featuring the dynamic vocals and on stage charisma of one of Adelaide's most loved rock voices in Vince Contarino (ZEP BOYS) and some of Australia's finest musicians, the ASO will perform DEEP PURPLE's exciting brand of non-conformist rock music with the full power of the orchestra," according to a posting on the orchestra's web site. "Don't miss this concert featuring all of DEEP PURPLE's hits, including 'Smoke on the Water', 'Highway Star', 'Child in Time', 'Black Night' and more."
According to DEEP PURPLE fan site Deep-Purple.net, ASO's director told a local Adelaide magazine in an interview that "Concerto For Group and Orchestra" is going to be played as well as a selection of PURPLE tunes.
Both shows start at 8:00 p.m. and finish at approximately 10:00 p.m. Single tickets go on sale December 1.
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