Blue Man Group Unveils World Premiere Show at the Hollywood Bowl Tonight
Grammy-nominated Brazilian band Monobloco will join the trio onstage.
Worldwide entertainment phenomenon Blue Man Group, founded by Chris Wink, Phil Stanton, and Matt Goldman, will unveil its never-before-seen orchestral show for two performances at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl on September 6 and 7.
The Blue Man Group trio will perform alongside the 80-piece Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the Blue Man Group band, and Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Wilkins for a show that combines their signature style with classical music's most iconic pieces. The production will also debut brand-new instruments conceived of and designed by the members of Blue Man Group themselves.
Grammy Award-nominated Brazilian band Monobloco will join the group for a special guest performance, continuing its recent collaboration at Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Additional guest performers will include two-time Grammy nominee Tracy Bonham, recording artist Butterscotch, Venice Beach Boardwalk performer/artist Harry Perry, and an assortment of internationally acclaimed musicians including Natsuki Tamura (didgeridoo), Brian Wolff (tuba), Janeen Rae Heller (musical saw), William Zeitler (glass armonica), Charles Richard Lester (theremin), Arjuna (California throat singer), Ronobir Lahiri (sitar), Sara Leib (scat singer), and the Los Angeles Police Emerald Society Pipes and Drums.