DREAM THEATER Keyboardist To Play Benefit Concert To Support UMass Lowell Music Scholarships

On Thursday, February 21, keyboardist Jordan Rudess of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER will present a benefit concert in Lowell, Massachusetts for the public and, for UMass Lowell music students, once-in-a-lifetime master classes. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will fund scholarships for UMass Lowell music students.

Ticket prices: $40 and $33.

Tickets are on sale at TsongasCenter.com; by phone at (866) 722-8780; and at the Tsongas Center Box Office.

For more information, see the flyer below.

As a solo artist and with the group DREAM THEATER, Rudess has been a pioneer in electronic music and prog rock, taking the concept of playing the keyboard beyond instruments to the iPhone and iPad and developing apps that allow others to follow his journey.


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