PANDEMONIUM: The Lost and Found Orchestra at the Adrienne Arsh Center for the Performing Arts

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County proudly announces the kick-off to its 5th Anniversary Season with the U.S. premiere of PANDEMONIUM: The Lost and Found Orchestra. From the creators of the blockbuster hit STOMP, this modern, urban symphonic adventure features a cast of 25 performers plus a 30-member choir of local Miami singers.  Fresh from sold-out performances in London, Sydney, and Amsterdam, PANDEMONIUM is poised to take Miami by storm, September 16-26, 2010 in the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House.
Where Stomp creates rhythm with everyday objects, the Lost and Found Orchestra’s Pandemonium transforms everyday objects into orchestral instruments, representing every section of a symphony orchestra, with strings, woodwind and brass replaced by musical saws, bottles, whirly toys, and traffic cones. Culminating with the human voice being added to the mix, what begins with simple melodies plucked, blown, thumped and brushed into life, ends in a complex symphonic and choral celebration.
Tickets are $55, with group discounts available for all performances for groups of 15 or more.
On Thursday, September 23, the Arsht Center hosts Pandemonium’s Young Professional Night – an exciting evening of networking and world-class entertainment. Save on tickets to see Pandemonium on September 23 at 7:30pm plus, starting at 6 pm, arrive early to be among the first in Miami to experience the Center’s new Bombay Sapphire Lounge and enjoy complimentary signature cocktails while networking with Miami’s top young professionals!
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To purchase discounted tickets to the Pandemonium Young Professional Night Event on September 23, use the online promo code: YOUNGPROF or call Group Sales at 786-468-2358.

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