Three cellists and a percussionist play a genre-blending mix of rock, classical, and cinematic music
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$16 for one ticket to see Break of Reality (up to $31.59 value)
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts.
Break of Reality
Break of Reality performing the theme to Game of Thrones
* "Cello rock": the genre this quartet is pioneering
* How they honed their unique sound: by studying classical music by day and going to rock clubs by night
* Where you've heard them: on YouTube, Dateline NBC, and in an Emmy-winning segment of America’s Investigative Reports on PBS
* What you might hear at the show: Bach arrangements truly rearranged, some Tool or Radiohead, or perhaps the works of the 18th-century chamber orchestra Metallica
* Latest genre-bursting album that you wish your high school band teacher had heard: TEN
Before their show, guests of the Ames Center peer out the lobby’s two-story glass walls to the skyline of Minneapolis. Shaking off the inspiring sights of civilization, they enter into a world of entertainment and make believe. Inside the 1,014-seat auditorium, the proscenium stage spotlights actors and musicians, and striking metal cutouts line the walls. When lit from behind, these cutouts create a tangle of shadows and light reminiscent of a child’s dream or the opus of an insane shadow puppeteer. The center also hosts a 150-seat black box theater, as well as an expansive art gallery and rehearsal area.