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YOUTUBE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, APRIL 15

04.14.09
Jeremy Denk, Gil Shaham, Joshua Roman

Wednesday, April 15 brings the brand new YouTube Symphony Orchestra to life when they perform at Carnegie Hall. Guest artists include Joshua Roman, Gil Shaham, and Yuja Wang. Gain insight into the event by watching acclaimed pianist and blogger Jeremy Denk's backstage Vlog, hear comments from Gil Shaham, and meet several of the musicians by visiting YouTube.com/symphony.

YouTube Symphony Orchestra

Michael Tilson Thomas, Artistic Advisor and Conductor
Mason Bates, Composer and DJ
Measha Brueggergosman, Soprano
Joshua Roman, Cello
Gil Shaham, Violin
Yuja Wang, Piano
Students from Lang Lang's International Foundation

The YouTube Symphony Orchestra's show features soloists, chamber groups, chamber orchestra, large orchestra, electronica and multi-media, and samples diverse periods and styles of classical music, including works by Gabrieli, Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Villa-Lobos, John Cage and Tan Dun’s Internet Symphony No. 1 “Eroica.”

For tickets and program details visit CarnegieHall.org.