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Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve Reviews
I have seen TSO before and loved it. This time I took my wife, it was her first time. Unfortunately this time the show was terrible. There was way to much singing, way to much story telling (FYI, the spoken word story, while presented by a man with a great voice and talent makes no sense, is convoluted, and difficult to understand).
TSO's claim to fame is Christmas music with a rock twist, and their light show. Unfortunately after an hour and a half we where so fed up that we left and never got to that point. Its disappointing that they make you go though 90 minutes of slow paced, convoluted boredom before they even get to what they are known for.
D Laveen from Phoenix, az
Music was good, show itself was awesome but didn't hear the story because it was so loud so basically some dude talking in-between. Then random solos, good singing but thats not what I came for. Orchestra was hidden which was weird. I want Orchestra! Too much solo singing, hair shaking, weird videos and random dancing..it was the weirdest thing I've seen. Orchestra songs when they played were great. Also girls walking weird the whole time.
E. Haggerty from Pittsburgh PA.
Saw this in Pittsburgh at the PPG Paints Arena. The "story' was dark and rambling, hard to follow. The music was WAAAY to loud - so loud it hurt. The laser show was OK if you like being blinded. I think it may have been to the venue, but they should be able to tone it down somewhat, if the have a reliable technician. The musicians were phoning it in - I actually think it may have been a sound track!! Not Christmasy at all. We left half way through and getting outside (even though it was cold) was a relief!! Don't waste your money!!
Scott from Detroit, Michigan
LOUD PIPED IN MUSIC
I concur with a lot of the comments about the darkness of the show. This was NOT
an uplifting holiday experience.
The music was absolutely BLASTED out of the sound system and from the motions
of the "musicians" on the various stages it was fairly apparent that much of the
music was being piped in from a track.
Essentially this is not a "concert" this is a visual production.
AmishLou from Lancaster, PA
VERY DARK & OBNOXIOUSLY LOUD
We saw the TSO show three years ago and I
wanted to come back ever since.
Unfortunately, the show has changed a lot and
was not the least bit Christmasy. It was very
dark and disjointed and so loud that I really
think it damaged my hearing. I have no desire
to see TSO in concert ever again.
Johnny Clark Jr. from Dallas, Texas
WORST. SHOW. EVER.
Where to begin? Too ridiculous. Too loud. Musicianship was quite honestly terrible. And
finally, this show is about as NON CHRISTMAS as you can possibly get. I sincerely hope this
TSO thing dies a quick death as it is a waste of time and money and is apparently some
metal band's last ditch attempt to pretend they made it according to the history I have
read!! VERY SAD!!!
Brent Bullard from Sacramento, California
DISAPPOINTING..... CHRISTMAS SHOW...NOT!
I had always wanted to see TSO. My girlfriend had in the past. The first part of the show
was very good Christmas and holiday show. The rest suddenly erupted in Gargoyles,
chants, fire breathing dragons, etc. It destroyed the ambience they had built up in the
beginning acts. Will not see it again if this is the format they use going forward
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