Kishi Bashi UGA Symphony Orchestra – UGA Performing Arts Center
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“He really is a one-man orchestra. But backed by the real thing, the results were even more stunning.”—St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Kishi Bashi
UGA Symphony Orchestra
Mark Cedel, conductor

Singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and Athens favorite Kishi Bashi has carved out a unique place for himself in America’s diverse sonic landscape. With a musical vocabulary drawing from indie pop, rock, beatboxing, vocal looping, and even classical violin, he defies easy categorization yet has achieved wide appeal. Following its recent premiere with the St. Louis Symphony, his new orchestral show comes to Hodgson Concert Hall for an unforgettable night of music featuring songs from his catalogue and selections from EO9066, his powerful work about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall (View Seating Chart)

230 River Road
Athens, GA 30605

Performers

Kishi  Bashi
UGA Symphony Orchestra
Mark Cedel, conductor

Program

Music from Kishi Bashi’s catalog, including selections from EO9066

Supported by

Dr. Jane Huang and Dr. Philipp Torres