Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater to Perform “Explorations” in New York

Posted: 29/12/2010 in Concerts, Show Announcements
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DREAM THEATER keyboardist extraordinaire Jordan Rudess has announced an exciting and rare solo appearance on Sunday, January 23 at the Tarrytown Music Hall in Tarrytown, New York with special guest Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie. Along with Turkish prodigy Eren Basbug, Rudess will debut his composition, “Explorations,” on two keyboards.

“Explorations for Keyboard and Orchestra” was first premiered with two shows on one night, November 19, in Caracas, Venezuela.  During these sold-out performances in Venezuela, Basbug conducted the Chacao Youth Symphony Orchestra while Rudess played all of the keyboard/synthesizer parts.  It is Rudess’ first orchestral composition, and the January 23 Tarrytown show will mark the first time it is played live on only two keyboards. At the show,  Rudess will also highlight his acclaimed Billboard-award winning app (2010) MorphWiz.

Rudess and friends will also be performing two keyboard renditions of music by Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment and more. In addition, Eyal Amir and Ray Livnat from Israel’s Project RnL will be joining Rudess for a new creative version of Project RnL’s song “Wake.”

Tickets go on sale to the public on this Friday, December 24. They are currently available for Tarrytown Music Hall members only. Tickets range from $25-$65 each. Note: the first 25 buyers of the $65.00 tickets–for an additional $20—will be able to meet Jordan and his guests after the show. Tickets can be purchased through the Tarrytown Music Hall’s website.


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