The Hartford Symphony Orchestra will close out the 2011-2012 POPS! Series with Live and Let Die: A Tribute to Paul McCartney this Saturday, June 9 at 8 pm in Mortensen Hall at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts.
Led by guest conductor Martin Herman and vocalist Tony Kishman, Live and Let Die combines the power of pop with the beauty of symphonic orchestration to bring a delightful concert experience to McCartney, Beatles, and Wings fans of all ages.
Kishman, along with vocalist Jim Owen, guitarist John Brosnan, guitarist John Merjave, and drummer Chris Camilleri, will re-create Paul McCartney’s most popular songs alongside the HSO, including 17, Band on the Run, Bluebird, Eleanor Rigby, Get Back, Here Comes the Sun, Hey Jude, Jet, Let It Be, Live and Let Die, Long and Winding Road, Penny Lane, Silly Love Songs, Uncle Albert, I Am the Walrus, What the Man Said, When I’m 64, Yesterday, and more.
Ticket Information: Tickets range in price from $20-$67.50. Student and children tickets are $10. $25 tickets are available for patrons age 40 and under. The Hartford Symphony is moving offices over the next week; to purchase tickets by phone or in person for this concert please contact The Bushnell Box Office at (860) 987-5900. Tickets are still available to purchase online at www.hartfordsymphony.org.
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