Bridging the gulf between rock 'n’ roll and classical music, the Seattle Symphony rocks the concert hall with The Music Of Led Zeppelin. This special program is scored to extend the listening experience of Led Zeppelin’s exceptional tunes, and features a massive array of songs from the Zeppelin catalog. The orchestra jams with a full rock band for this rock symphony experience, with singer Randy Jackson deftly handling the difficult original vocals of the legendary Robert Plant.
Berklee-trained arranger/conductor Brent Havens has written music for orchestras, feature films and virtually every kind of television.
Randy Jackson is the lead singer/guitarist for the rock band Zebra. Jackson's first foray into recording success began with the self-titled Zebra debut album, released on Atlantic Records in 1983.
Powell has been a professional musician and instructor for over 14 years. A 1989 graduate of Berklee College of Music, Powell majored in song writing with a concentration in percussion performance. Powell’s classical/orchestral resume includes performances with the Buffalo Philharmonic, The Virginia Symphony, and the Virginia Opera.
Having grown up in New York, George has played in numerous bands throughout the Tri-State area since 1976. In 1981 George founded "Cintron." Developing the band into one of the top live acts around, he played over 1500 shows including appearances with Zebra, Twisted Sister, Rat Race Choir, Ritchie Blackmore, Joe Perry, Edgar and Johnny Winter and Mountain. He released a self-titled EP in 1983.
Dan Clemens has been playing bass since the age of 13. A 1989 graduate of Berklee College of Music, he has performed in bands throughout the United States. In 1993 he formed “Waterworks” which received the Budweiser Best Unsigned Band sponsorship for the next two years.
The Seattle Symphony is one of America’s leading symphony orchestras and is internationally acclaimed for its innovative programming and extensive recording history.