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“From Classical To Rock” benefit concert to feature Classical musicians, members from Goo Goo Dolls, Heart, Steelheart, Ex-Megdeth, Prong, Hosted by Randy Jackson

PRWeb Thursday, 19 April 2018
– After last year’s incredible success, “From Classical to Rock” has joined forces with the non-profit OC Music & Dance School to present a star-studded concert benefiting music education for Orange County communities. Hosted by Randy Jackson and headlined by John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, Nancy Wilson of Heart alongside “From Classical to Rock Youth Orchestra and Choir”, bringing young aspiring OCMD music students together with platinum selling rock stars and acclaimed classical musicians, performing together under one roof.

IRVINE Calif. (PRWEB) April 19, 2018

After last year’s incredible success, “From Classical to Rock” has joined forces with the non-profit OC Music & Dance School to present a star-studded concert benefiting music education for Orange County communities. Hosted by Randy Jackson (American Idol, Bass player, TV personality) and headlined by John Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, special guests Nancy Wilson of Heart alongside the “From Classical to Rock Youth Orchestra and Choir”, bringing young aspiring OCMD music students together with platinum selling rock stars and acclaimed classical musicians, performing together under one roof.

This unique concert features high profile musicians with original music scored by one of the biggest Hollywood composers Mr. Nathan Wang, joined on stage by rock, classical musicians and members of the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra, members of the Donald Bren Honors High School Orchestra and Chorus, and the honorees of the Orange County Artist of the Year in music, voice and dance.

In addition to headliner John Rzeznik and host Randy Jackson, special guest artists include Nancy Wilson (Heart), Miljenko Matijevic (Steelheart, The Doors) Lynn Harrell (acclaimed cellist), Monte Pittman (Madonna/Prong), Alex Boye, Chinese violinist Yutong (Pacific Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra), Marten Andersson (Steelheart, Lynch Mob, Lizzy Borden), Chris Broderick (Ex-Megadeth, Act of Defiance), acclaimed cellist Stan Sharp (Long Beach Symphony, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra) and many more.

From Classical to Rock co-founder/co-producer Marten Andersson: “I am so honored and proud to co-produce yet another, even greater "From Classical to Rock" concert, benefiting music education. This time we joined forces with a nonprofit called, Orange County Music & Dance School. It's an amazing (nonprofit) school who gives talented low income, minorities a change to be the next classical genius or the next rock star. All musicians involved with the event are contributing their time, energy and musical talents in an effort to benefit performing arts in Orange County.

CONCERT PERFORMERS:
*Line-Up Subject to Change; Additional Special Guests TBA

John Rzeznik (frontman of the Goo Goo Dolls)
Nancy Wilson (Heart, Roadcase Royale, Movie Composer)
Hosted by Randy Jackson – Producer, bassist, American Idol judge
Lynn Harrell – Renowned Cellist
Miljenko Matijevic – Lead Singer, Steelheart and The Doors
Monte Pittman (Madonna's long-time guitarist, studio musician and member of Prong)
Alex Boye – Pop & YouTube Sensation
Yutong – Pacific Symphony, LA Phil, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Marten Andersson – Steelheart, Lizzy Borden, Lynch Mob
Stan Sharp – Long Beach Symphony, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Nathan T. Wang – International Music Composer
Roger Kalia – Assistant Conductor Pacific Symphony
Chas West – The Jason Bonham Band, Foreigner
Chris Broderick – Act of Defiance, Ex-Megadeth
John Tu – Jazz band leader
Christopher Lennertz – Famous Music Composer
Emma Lee – Principal Cellist
Jane Lee – Keyboardist/Choir Director
Cameron Wright – Singer
Ben Zelico – Drums

Link to purchase Tickets: http://www.thebarclay.org

About From Classical to Rock: From Classical to Rock was founded in 2016 by the famous Chinese violinist Yutong, Rock musician Marten Andersson and acclaimed cellist Stan Sharp to help benefit music education. Stan, Marten and Yutong co-produced the first concert with bassist Robert DeLeo from the band Stone Temple Pilots and the late Chester Bennington from Linkin Park. The concert was a huge hit (it was also the last concert Chester performed with Stone Temple Pilots). The concert raised $50,000 for public music education.

For more information From Classical to Rock: http://www.fromclassicaltorock.com    

About The Orange County School of Music and Dance: OC Music & Dance is Orange County’s first and only nonprofit community performing arts school funded by Pick Up Stix founder Charlie Zhang. OCMD are dedicated to providing the highest quality education and resources for our students, regardless of their ability to pay. Our programs feature private and group lessons across a broad spectrum of art forms, as well as curricula for self-improvement, personal growth and professional development. OCMD mission is to nurture, inspire and empower Orange County’s most committed and talented youth to achieve their dreams and provide a path for them to follow their passions.

For more information about OC Music & Dance: http://www.ocmusicdance.org

Concert Details
Date: April 28, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Irvine Barclay Theatre
Located at the edge of the UC Irvine campus

Press Contact:
SCM
Sandra Larson
sandra(at)snakecitymusic(dot)com
877-705-9278
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