Florianópolis Orchestra to Play “Led Zeppelin” for Band’s Fiftieth Anniversary

The "Especial Sinfônico Led Zeppelin" on Friday, May 31st, will feature the local band "Breakdown" in addition to the orchestra. Maestro José Nilo Valle said in an interview with The Rio Times that the project would soon present interpretations of the Rolling Stones and Metallica.

By Ricardo Wegrzynovski

FLORIANÓPOLIS, BRAZIL - Rock And Roll and Orchestra will be the fine mix prepared to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the British band Led Zeppelin.

On Friday, May 31st, the Orquestra Sinfônica de Santa Catarina (OSSCA) pledges to shake the structures of the Teatro Ademir Rosa, in Florianópolis, capital of the State of Santa Catarina.

"The project and rehearsals started last year, and it's a mix of popular rock with classical and erudite elements," said maestro José Nilo Valle, who also said he hoped the English band Led Zeppelin could watch the show and . . .

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