Hanson - The String Theory Tour
The String Theory Tour with pop band sensation Hanson closes the season August 2nd at Heinz Hall with the Pittsburgh Symphony and Andres Franco. Beck’s father, the multiple award winning composer and arranger David Palmer, made the orchestral arrangements. Hanson have already performed the new music with the Columbus Symphony and Stuart Chafetz. From Pittsburgh, they head to Wolf Trap with the National Symphony. They’ll be in most of the major cities over the next several months. Zac, Isaac and Taylor, the three brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma who’ve sold 16 million records world wide, sat down in the upstairs rehearsal room to talk about their new album, working with orchestras, playing Beethoven as piano students, their craft beer, and the enduring success of mmmBop, the number one smash hit that propelled them to the top of the charts in 28 countries.
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Series: Voice of the Arts