| Reynolds Hall

Michael Bolton

The Symphony Sessions


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Across his celebrated, 50-year entertainment career, two-time GRAMMY winner Michael Bolton remains a beloved household name worldwide, with over 65 million albums sold. With timeless hits including “When A Man Loves a Woman” and “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You,” Bolton boasts nine studio albums ranked in the Top Ten, as well as six American Music Awards, three Emmy nominations and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

In his new, highly anticipated concert tour, Bolton will perform sweeping renditions of his numerous hits specially arranged for symphony orchestra, following the recent release of his newest acclaimed album, “A Symphony of Hits.” Offering a lush collection of his favorite top songs all newly arranged and recorded with a symphony orchestra, this album reached No. 1 on the Billboard Classical Chart.

This dazzling performance will also expand beyond Bolton’s own songs and take audiences on a musical journey across pop, rock, soul, standards and even classical, featuring melodies specially arranged for symphony orchestra.

Join this music icon for a rare evening of heart-melting melodies as never heard before.


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Michael Bolton’s Long, Hard Road to Success

Two-Time Grammy Winner Michael Bolton to Perform Greatest Hits with Symphony Orchestra Even after selling 65 million albums and earning two Grammys, Michael Bolton never allows himself to feel complacent. That’s because reaching this success was “an 18-year climb,” he says. “My first record deal was at 16, and I didn’t have a hit until I was 34.” This involved an exhaus