Does Trans-Siberian Orchestra have 2 bands?
In the final months of the year, throughout America, Trans – Siberian Orchestra will be hard to avoid, near inescapable. Not just one but two separate bands under the TSO banner are out on the arena circuit, playing nearly 100 dates from mid-November until year’s end, sometimes two shows per day.
How much do Trans-Siberian Orchestra musicians make?
TSO players are paid a base weekly rate of $1,675 for 40 weeks of work, for an annual total of $56,240. Musicians in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra get the equivalent of $2,680 a week for a yearly salary of $139,360. The new music director’s salary was not disclosed.
Why is it called Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
O’Neill is a guitarist who played professionally and joined the orchestras for Broadway productions of Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar. For it, he planned the sound of the large symphonic rock orchestra, and named it The Trans – Siberian Orchestra, though neither it nor O’Neill have any connection with Siberia.
Who died from TSO?
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Paul O’Neill, the founder of the progressive metal band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, died of an accidental drug overdose, a Florida medical examiner said in a report released Tuesday.
Who is the leader of TSO?
Paul O’Neill (producer)
|Died||April 5, 2017 (aged 61) Tampa, Florida, U.S.|
|Genres||Rock, rock opera, progressive metal|
|Occupation(s)||Composer, lyricist, producer, songwriter|
|Associated acts||Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Savatage, Badlands|