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Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve Reviews
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I've seen dozens of top named bands in
concert. I had a favorite for many years until
last night. I now have a new favorite that I
feel will never be beat. So much talent from
so many members of the band. I can't wait
to see them again. Please come back to
WOW - FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN THEM - WONT BE THE LAST!
First off, what is the name of the blonde soloist that sang a few
Her voice and talent just BLEW US AWAY!! But the entire show
was spectacular. (the venue, Key Arena SUCKED! Pretty bad
when airplane seating is roomy in comparison. I am 5'10" &
185# and was crammed in my seat) But this was much more
than a show - it was and EVENT!! The effects were incredible,
the music was fantastic, the talent was astounding - there is just
not enough adjectives! GO see the show! I will be back next
year! (and hopefully NOT at Key Arena!)
TSO - SO MUCH TALENT, TECHNOLOGY AND BEAUTY. LOVED IT!
Was totally enthralled with the talent, the visuals and the fantastic musical arrangements. Christmas never sounded or looked so good! Someone commented, "a little heavy on the religion." I don't know what that means, but Christmas...really? The two female lead vocalists were superb; different styles with equally strong impact. Guitarists and fiddle player were top tier and pivotal to the show. The piano player was great, totally focused with unbelievable energy and style. The other singers and dancers added a classy element in every appearance. We're going to make this show a tradition for the family every Christmas. "In the Hall of the Mountain King" was fantastic. Would be great to hear "Night on Bald Mountain." Well done, TSO. You are truly peerless in your art.
SPECTACULAR...BEST CONCERT I HAVE EVER SEEN...PERIOD!!
I have never witnessed such a spectacular concert in my entire life. The effects were mind- blowing, and the sounds and the sights were just superb, and just when you thought it couldn't get any better...it did! I am a huge fan of The Nutcracker, and quite frankly, I have never heard such a roaring rendition of the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy as I did last night in Toronto (I'm certain that Tchaikovsky would have given his approval). The TSO's version gives a whole new meaning to the term 'classical rock.' People of all ages would love the concert, although it may be a bit loud for the younger ones. I can't wait to see them again next year, and would definitely recommend the show to everyone.
We were a party of 9, and had little trouble getting seated at The Fox restaurant on Bay Street, which is literally across the street from the Air Canada Centre, along with a few other restaurants, and parking can be found all around the ACC from about $20-$30 for the evening.
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