MSO Rocks: Music of the Rolling Stones

Bridging the gulf between rock n’ roll and classical music, the Mobile Symphony will perform The Music Of The Rolling Stones on Saturday, April 25, at the Saenger Theatre.

“You’ve seen us do Queen, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and the Beatles,” Celia Mann Baehr, president/CEO of the Mobile Symphony said. “Now, the Mobile Symphony is bringing our biggest Rocks show ever—Music of the Rolling Stones—to the Saenger Theater! The Stones have been around for five decades, so we’re fully expecting multiple generations to enjoy this show.”

Conductor/arranger Brent Havens and lead vocalist Brody Dolyniuk take to the stage to present Windborne’s The Music of The Rolling Stones, a program Havens scored to extend the listening experience of The Rolling Stone’s exceptional tunes. Performed by the Mobile Symphony and amplified with a full rock band and vocals, Havens and his ensemble capture The Rolling Stone’s distinct sound while presenting some familiar and lots of new musical colors.

One of the most iconic Rock groups in history, the Rolling Stones were formed in 1962 and have toured for more than 50 years. Ranked as number four of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time by Billboard Magazine they have sold more than 200 million albums.

This new concert addition to the MSO Rocks Series promises a masterful combination of symphonic arrangements with a full rock band and singer delivering the greatest hits of The Rolling Stones. This one-night-only performance also features an incredible rhythm section, background singers and a world-class sound and light show; all combining to deliver the purest respective rock experience you will find anywhere!

The show contains nearly all of the Stones’ number 1 hits, including Satisfaction, Paint It Black, Ruby Tuesday, Honky Tonk Women, Angie and many more!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!

Tickets to see The Music of the Rolling Stones range from $35 – $83 and limited box seats for $100. For tickets, visit the Mobile Symphony Box Office at 257 Dauphin Street, or charge by phone at 251-432-2010 or online at mobilesymphony.org.