St. Louis Symphony Orchestra announces additional Live at Powell Hall concerts for spring 2022

The Music of Pink Floyd celebrates the defining music of the beloved English rock band, February 26, 2022

Genre-bending artist and frequent SLSO collaborator Ben Folds returns for two concerts with the SLSO, April 1-2, 2022

Tickets on sale now at slso.org

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(November 18, 2021, St. Louis, MO) – Today, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra announced details for additional Live at Powell Hall concerts in spring 2022, including a two-night engagement with singer-songwriter Ben Folds in his fifth appearance with the orchestra and a tribute to the music of powerhouse rock band Pink Floyd.

The Music of Pink Floyd concert is aturday, February 26. The SLSO collaboration with Ben Folds is Friday and Saturday, April 1-2, 2022. Both concerts start at 7:30pm. All concerts take place at historic Powell Hall in the Grand Center Arts District.

Tickets start at $35 for The Music of Pink Floyd and $55 for Ben Folds. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting slso.org or calling the Box Office at 314-534-1700. A full concert calendar is available at slso.org or on the SLSO's mobile app available for iOS or Android.

Connecting rock n' roll and orchestral music, the Music of Pink Floyd concert (February 26, 2022) pays homage to the British rock band known for its experimental instrumentations and elaborate stage presentations. The SLSO is joined by a rock band, guest conductor Brent Havens, and vocalist Randy Jackson performing Pink Floyd hits including "Money," "Learning to Fly," "Comfortably Numb," and more.

Ben Folds, widely regarded as a major music influencer, returns for two concerts with the SLSO on April 1-2, 2022, as part of his In Actual Person Live For Real Tour. For more than a decade, he has performed with some of the world's greatest symphony orchestras, including five separate appearances with the SLSO, most recently in sold-out shows in February 2020.

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is required for all audience members 12 and older at every Powell Hall event. All patrons are required to wear masks while inside Powell Hall. Visit slso.org/protocols for more information.

Since 2010, Live at Powell Hall concerts have included SLSO performances of movie scores including Harry Potter and Jurassic Park, tribute concerts to artists such as The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, and one-night-only performances by artists including Idina Menzel, Leslie Odom, Jr., Boyz II Men, and John Williams.

About the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Celebrated as a leading American orchestra, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is the second-oldest orchestra in the country, marking its 142nd year with the 2021/2022 season and its third with Music Director Stéphane Denève. The SLSO maintains its commitment to artistic excellence, educational impact, and community collaborations, honoring its mission of enriching lives through the power of music.

The SLSO serves as a convener of individuals, creators, and ideas, and is committed to building community through compelling and inclusive musical experiences. As it continues its longstanding focus on equity, diversity, inclusion, and access, the SLSO embraces its strengths as a responsive, nimble organization, while investing in partnerships locally and elevating its presence globally. For more information, visit slso.org.

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