Trey Anastasio to Play a Show with the National Symphony Orchestra in DC this May

Brad Zomick

by Brad Zomick

Published February 12, 2013

Phish guitar virtuoso, Trey Anastasio, has been known to team up with some unlikely jamming collaborators and in the past has made some stunning music with the Baltimore, Atlanta, Los Angeles Symphony Orchestras, as well as the Vermont Youth Orchestra. Well, Trey is at it again and has announced he will be playing with the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. on May 22nd. The concert will be conducted by Steven Reineke, NSO Principal Conductor, and will feature both arrangements from both the Trey solo and Phish repertoire.

Trey With Symphony

Tickets will be available on  Friday, Feb. 15th to the public and are now on sale to Kennedy Center Members, both through the Kennedy Center Box Office.

Source: Hidden Track

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