Sarah Mclachlan To Make Orchestral Debut With Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks

Multi-platinum recording artist and singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan debuts new orchestra show with Colorado Symphony, led by Scott O'Neil


GRAMMY® Award winner and multi-platinum recording artist Sarah McLachlan will make her symphony orchestra debut on Sunday, July 10, 2011 with the Colorado Symphony at the majestic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. McLachlan joins the Colorado Symphony, led by resident conductor Scott O'Neil, for a captivating night under the stars as she celebrates her orchestral debut and latest CD release, Laws of Illusion.

All-new orchestra charts are commissioned for this extraordinary concert showcasing McLachlan's artistry and beautiful vocals, seamlessly blended with the power and splendor of the 79-member Colorado Symphony. Many of McLachlan's most recognized songs are included in the set list, including the GRAMMY® Award-winning "Building a Mystery" and "I Will Remember You." Concertgoers can also look forward to McLachlan's performance showcasing new orchestra charts of unforgettable hits including "Good Enough," "Hold On" and "Ice Cream." And, McLachlan's fans will not be disappointed: Songs such as "Adia" and "Sweet Surrender," as well as "Forgiveness" and "Rivers of Love" from Laws of Illusion, are also included in the set list.

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