For British Rock fans, World Rock Symphony Orchestra will play a number of shows throughout the month, giving thousands of customers the opportunity to experience a phenomenal Rock band, incredible singers, Gospel choir and an orchestra.
What does WRSO stand for?
WRSO stands for World Rock Symphony Orchestra
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The July schedule will also feature the return to Fallsview of the extraordinary World Rock Symphony Orchestra, featuring a rock band, six lead singers, a gospel choir and a symphony orchestra - all performing British rock classics from artists like the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen and many others.
The more than 50 stars of the World Rock Symphony Orchestra - including a six-piece rock band, three male and three female rock singers, a complete gospel choir and full orchestral brass, string, woodwind and percussion sections - will perform a collection of Britain's greatest classic rock hits during 11 shows in eight days from August 17 to August 24.