Concert announcements, rave reviews, and music for the whole family – here’s what’s new with Dan Brown’s WILD SYMPHONY:
The Inspirations for “WILD SYMPHONY” Playlist
Featuring Dan’s picks for the young at heart, this playlist collects orchestral, chamber, and choral favorites ranging from 17th century Baroque sonatas to 20th century symphonic poems alongside a few new classics and buried treasures. Featuring music by Modest Mussorgsky, Sharon Isbin, Bohuslav Martinu, Isabella Leonarda, Errollyn Wallen, JS Bach, Isata Kanneh-Mason, the Zagreb Festival Orchestra, and even Roald Dahl – a splendid time is guaranteed for all!
New Concerts Announced
In addition to WILD SYMPHONY’s just-announced October 10, 2020 World Premiere in Zagreb HR and U.S. premiere on November 15, 2020 in Portsmouth NH USA, new concerts in the U.S., Armenia, Bulgaria, Brazil, Kosovo, and Serbia have also been announced.
Pre-release Starred Review
School Library Journal has given WILD SYMPHONY a rave starred review, proclaiming it “a delightful musical debut sure to be a hit at story hours.”
Special WILD SYMPHONY Preview Coming Next Week
Three tracks from the full album will be released on July 31 via Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more.
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