Phish nucleus Trey Anastasio is headed to the Hollywood Bowl in September for a very special performance, and Crave wants to send you!
Next month, Anastasio will premiere his new Petrichor, a new suite for orchestra and guitar two years in the making which “celebrates the process of rebirth and transformation that a storm sets in motion.” Composed by Anastasio, orchestrated by collaborator Don Hart and conducted by Scott Dunn of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the project will premiere at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert on September 9th, by the Oregon Symphony. Two days later, the Seattle Symphony will perform the piece at Benaroya Hall, followed by a concluding September 26th performance. The Los Angeles Philharmonic will play the third and final show, taking place at the Hollywood Bowl. Anastasio will sit in on guitar for all three.
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“I love the concept that beautiful gifts come often wrapped in not-so-beautiful packages,” Anastasio said in a statement. “The idea of a storm coming through – it’s a little scary and it’s a little dark, but after it’s over, it leaves this beautiful scent of renewal. Sometimes a big storm is exactly what you need.”
Sounds like a pretty fantastic show to us. See you there!