the music of
—The Dark Side of the Moon
The final concert of the weekend celebrates the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd's seminal album, "The Dark Side of the Moon".
Hosted by rock historian and radio personality Uncle Joe Benson of 100.3FM The Sound, the evening will open with concert pianist AyseDeniz performing the hits of Pink Floyd on the grand piano. Pink Floyd rock tribute band Windborne will follow playing more of the bands greatest hits.
The second half of the concert features Windborne and 50 members of Pacific Symphony performing "The Dark Side of the Moon" cover to cover. Bridging the gap between rock n' roll and classical music, Windborne's conductor and arranger Brent Havens, lead vocalist Randy Jackson and their full rock ensemble capture the essence of Pink Floyd's ethereal harmonies while adding new musical colors in a symphonic rock hybrid like never experienced before.