A Co-Production of Schirmer Theatrical and Greenberg Artists

KALAMAZOO, MI, November 28, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Schirmer Theatrical, LLC, and Greenberg Artists are proud to present the world premiere of “Revolution: The Beatles Symphonic Experience,” with the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (KSO) on Saturday, Dec. 1, at Miller Auditorium in Kalamazoo. “Revolution” is the first authorized, symphonic experience for The Beatles, featuring never-before-seen photos from the official Beatles Book Photo Library in London, alongside stunning new video and animation created by award-winning creative video designer Charles Yurick.

Conducted by Grammy® Award-winning arranger and “Revolution” co-producer, Jeff Tyzik, the KSO will present his restorative arrangements that were re-created from the original Abbey Road master recordings. The production includes singers as well as guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums within the larger symphonic orchestra. “Revolution” pays homage to the Beatles’ music through authentic orchestrations without use of costumes or any attempt to recreate the Beatles’ live concerts, elevating the music without imitating it.

“All of us at Schirmer Theatrical are delighted to partner with the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra to introduce the ‘Revolution’ experience,” said Robert Thompson, President and Creative Producer of Schirmer Theatrical. “Concertgoers will encounter The Beatles in an entirely new way through arrangements of more than 25 top hits. The KSO is the perfect partner for this introductory event.”

“The KSO is honored to participate in the first-ever presentation of ‘Revolution: The Beatles Symphonic Experience,'” said Peter H. Gistelinck, President and CEO of the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra. “The high caliber of our orchestra allows us to bring exciting events like this to the Kalamazoo community, and we can’t wait to entertain our audience.”

“Revolution: The Beatles Symphonic Experience,” is part of the KSO’s Zhang Financial Pops! series. Visit Schirmer Theatrical at schirmertheatrical.com for more information about “Revolution,” and the KSO at kalamazoosymphony.com for performance details, ticketing and schedules. Prices, artists, dates, times and programs are subject to change without notice.

The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra receives major support from the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation, the Kalamazoo Community Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra also receives generous support from other local, state and national foundations, as well as private and corporate support.

About Schirmer Theatrical
Schirmer Theatrical, LLC (schirmertheatrical.com), part of the Music Sales Group, was founded in 2014 to develop concert and stage properties owned or administered by the Group. Since the company’s founding, Schirmer Theatrical has quickly become a leader in symphonic cinema, producing such film with live orchestra projects as the Academy Award-winning “The Red Violin” (score by John Corigliano) and “The Pink Panther” (score by Henry Mancini), along with high-end, fully-licensed symphonic experiences such as “Women Rock” (a tribute to female songwriters of the 60s-80s), and “Revolution” (the story of The Beatles at Abbey Road), among others.

About Greenberg Artists
Greenberg Artists (http://www.greenbergartists.com/) represents Grammy Award winning musicians and produces cutting edge symphonic programs and revolutionary concert experiences for performance halls around the world. Greenberg Artists brings the absolute highest level of talent and musical integrity to the stage with performers who have a proven track record of selling tickets and exciting audiences of all ages.

About the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1921, the KSO (kalamazoosymphony.com) is Southwest Michigan’s premiere musical organization and the state’s third largest orchestra. Serving Michigan’s fourth largest metropolitan area, the KSO provides more than 30 concert performances each year, reaching more than 80,000 adults and youth annually with exceptional symphonic music and world-class guest artists. With an equally vibrant educational mission, the KSO offers school-based programs that music teachers rely on to support their curriculum and after-school programs that have been recognized by the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. The KSO has won numerous awards and grants, including the Met Life Award for Arts Access in Underserved Communities, the National Endowment for the Arts for its extensive education programs, and a major Ford Foundation grant to establish its innovative Artists in Residence program.


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