The Trans-Siberian Orchestra has been captivating and exhilarating audiences around the world with their musical adaptations of classic holiday music for more than 2 decades.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra takes to the road again in 2014 bringing their unique rendition of holiday classics along with a captivating stage show to venues across the country.
At the center of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra phenomenon lies the three and a half minute iconic "Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24" which combines "Carol of the Bells" with "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen." This one song has defined the image of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra for so many around the globe.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra was founded in New York City in 1996 by three men, Paul O'Neill, Robert Kinkel, and Jon Oliva. The trio set out to create a new rock-themed opera and in the process created a new style of music, mixing the two seemingly distant worlds of Rock with a Classical Orchestra.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is composed of 24 musicians and when they record their tracks, a full chorus, rock band and orchestra are on the sound stage to create their heart racing music.
Each year as The Trans-Siberian Orchestra tours thousands of new fans are introduced to the orchestra and as The Trans-Siberian Orchestra's popularity rises, the availability of tickets for their concerts declines.