TESTAMENT Guitarist To Tour South Korea With 'Jekyll & Hyde - The Concert'

TESTAMENT guitarist Alex Skolnick will be hitting the road in South Korea in April with "Jekyll & Hyde - The Concert", a 30-piece orchestra production of the hit Broadway show. A posting on Skolnick's site describes the production as follows: "The smash-hit Broadway musical has been transformed into the concert event of the year! The music tells the story in 'Jekyll & Hyde - The Concert', with compelling songs that reveal the emotion, the passion and the horror of this gothic thriller. The powerful and romantic pop score is brought to life by the talents of three of the stages brightest stars and a pulse-pounding orchestra and six-piece band (with Alex on all guitars). The concert version of 'Jekyll & Hyde' has been adapted by Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse and includes material from throughout the twenty-year development of the show." The dates are as follows:

Apr. 08-16 - Seoul, South Korea @ Olympic Hall
Apr. 18-19 - Pusan, South Korea @ KBS Hall
Apr. 21-22 - Seo-si, Kwangju-si, South Korea @ Convention Center
Apr. 23 - Daejeon-si, South Korea @ Chungshimwa Hall
Apr. 25-26 - Wolsen-si, South Korea @ Cultural Art Center
Apr. 28-29 - Daegu, South Korea @ Citizen Hall
Apr. 30 - Jeonrabookdo, South Korea @ Sori Cultural Center
May -2-03 - Pucheon-si, South Korea @ Citizen Center


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