Why See Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Lost Christmas Eve?
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra is on tour and hits the Prudential Centerin Newark, NJ, Closed December 23, 2013
On a late night in the spring of 1827 the city of Vienna is experiencing the largest lightning storm in its long history. Within a large disheveled room, Ludwig Von Beethoven is slumped over his piano; on the piano sits the just completed manuscript for his Tenth Symphony.
It is his final (and he is certain), his greatest work. As the clock strikes midnight, the Devil appears to collect the great composer's soul. Looking into the abyss of eternity Beethoven is horrified but the demon has an offer - and so the bargaining begins.
The Trans Siberian Orchestra Come welcomes you to join Beethoven on his last night on earth - and to see how the story unfolds.
Performance date: 23 December 2013
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Best TSO show I've been to yet, The Theme was very moving and the music... more
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