Ben Folds Performs with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Ben Folds Performs with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Singer/pianist Ben Folds will be performing with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on April 27 at the luxurious Bass Performance Hall for a one-night only engagement. Folds will play his most popular solo hits, with the symphony accompanying him.

This is not Ben Folds first time to perform with a live orchestra. In recent years, he has traveled around the world to play with some of the most popular symphonies. Audiences are amazed with his diverse talent, as he transforms pop music into compositions suitable for strings, winds and brass.

Ben Folds first found fame in the '90s as one of the members of the popular Ben Folds Five pop trio. The group became a platinum record seller, with their album Whatever and Ever Amen in 1997. Folds went solo in 2001.

Currently, Ben Folds is best known for his role on the NBC show The Sing-Off, where he searches for the best a cappella groups along with several other musical star judges. He is known for being the nerdy judge, showing off his music theory knowledge to the contestants. The show is preparing for its third season.

Tickets for the show went on sale Friday, January 27. There are still some seats available, but we don't expect them to last for long. Ben Folds fans have been waiting a long time for him to return to the Metroplex. Buy your tickets from the Fort Worth Symphony box office. The cheap upper gallery seats are only $29, but be prepared to shell out at least $99 for front row orchestra seats. The concert starts at 8 PM on Friday, April 27. Don't miss out on this unique musical experience!