KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Orchestra kids at Staley High School got a chance to play with a well-known musician who hoped to shake up their music.
Orchestra kids at Staley High School in Kansas City, Mo, had the opportunity to play with a well-known musician Saturday morning.
Mark Wood, one of the founding members of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, infused a little rock into their repertoire, in hopes of shaking up their music.
The students will perform with Wood on Sunday at 7 p.m. at Staley High School. Tickets start at $10 and will benefit the school’s orchestra.
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