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Rebekkah Adams grew up in Ithaca, New York with one younger brother, two artistic parents and two lovable dogs. Starting from early childhood, she has taken an interest in music, traveling and writing. She attended college at The University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a degree in Radio-Television-Film and a degree in English. She has since worked in film, advertising, PR and as a freelance writer and editor. When not writing articles, she spends her time singing, shopping and working on fiction pieces. She currently lives in Austin, TX with her husband and one dog.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra Coming To Austin’s Frank Erwin Center

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is coming to Austin! On December 21st, the classical meets rock group will be returning to the Frank Erwin Center. If you have never heard the songs, you will be in for a treat and perhaps a bit of a surprise. This performance is not your everyday, average holiday music experience. While TSO captures the traditional beauty of the pieces they perform, they also adds something of their own flavor to the mix.

Photo Credit: Mark Weiss

Founded in 1993 by Paul O’Neill, they have since toured the world and sold millions of tickets. They call their sound “Rock Theatre” as it is a mixture of effects, story-telling and, of course, breathtaking music. Although perhaps best known for their Christmas concerts, TSO tours year round performing other classics as well. Next year, they will begin “Beethoven’s Last Night” a fascinating look at the composer’s final hours. But it is the holiday season and they have come to amaze the audience with “Christmas Eve and Other Stories” and portions of “Gutter Ballet and The New York Blues Express.” Whether it is your yearly tradition or you are seeing them for the first time, visit the Frank Erwin Center this year for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

December 21st at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Frank Erwin Center
1701 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78701

TICKETS: Click here to purchase, starting at $29 depending on seating and availability

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