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For one night only – Brahms’ 1st Symphony and Radiohead’s OK Computer

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AN EPIC MUSICAL EVENT FEATURING A 55-PIECE ORCHESTRA & VOCALISTS
PERFORMING A BREATHTAKING SYNTHESIS OF
BRAHMS’ 1ST SYMPHONY AND RADIOHEAD’S OK COMPUTER

Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, in association with the Catskill Jazz Factory, will play host to a must-see musical event: The Stereo Hideout Orchestra, led by virtuoso composer/conductor/producer/arranger Steve Hackman, will marry the likes of two seemingly disparate entities, Brahms’ 1st Symphony and Radiohead’s OK Computer, through the good graces of a 55-piece orchestral complement, three guest vocalists, and a ton of ambition.

Hackman, whose hybrid works effortlessly blend the classical and contemporary, has been engaged by many of the country’s leading orchestras, including the Boston Pops, Pittsburgh Symphony and Nashville Symphony. But May 19th marks a special occasion:  the first time this music will be played under his musical brand of Stereo Hideout.

“The Brahms 1st and OK Computer are two of the most iconic, beloved works in their respective genres; this is the chance to hear each through the lens of the other, in a combination that is overwhelming and transformative.”  –Steve Hackman

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