Beck to End Orchestral Tour with Stellar Carnegie Hall Performance

Beck's nationwide orchestral journey reaches its grand finale.

by Nouman Rasool
Beck to End Orchestral Tour with Stellar Carnegie Hall Performance
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Beck is set to wrap his orchestral run on July 29 at New York City's Carnegie Hall. Playing from the legendary Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, Beck will be joined by the Orchestra of St. Luke's to present a special reimagining of his entire body of work.

He is bringing a tour to a close, having appeared on his multifaceted art across the country with some of the most prestigious orchestras in the United States. The tour kicked off July 3 at the beautiful Chateau St. Michelle Winery outside of Seattle and covered appearances at landmark venues such as the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and in the Greek Theatre in Berkeley with the Berkeley Symphony.

Later stops included Tanglewood with the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Mann Center with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Wolftrap with the National Symphony Orchestra. Those anxiously waiting can purchase tickets for the Carnegie Hall gig beginning this Thursday, May 23, at 11:00 a.m.

Beck's performance at Carnegie Hall is said to be much more than just a magical night full of orchestral grandeur; it's a revelry of how influential he has been in the music industry. And after his latest LP, "Hyperspace", released in 2019 and its expanded edition in 2020, Beck has become the most indefatigable singer with new singles, covers, and collaborations with Hinds, the Chemical Brothers, Phoenix, JAWNY, Joy Downer, Natalie Bergman, and more.

Beyond the orchestral tour, Beck’s schedule remains bustling with upcoming appearances at several festivals in September. He is set to perform at the Bourbon & Beyond Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, move on to the Evolution Festival in St.

Louis, Missouri, and appear at the South Star Music Festival in Huntsville, Alabama.

Here is the itinerary for Beck's 2024 Orchestra Tour:

  • July 3 – Seattle, WA at Chateau St. Michelle Winery (with orchestra)
  • July 6 – Los Angeles, CA at Hollywood Bowl (with The Los Angeles Philharmonic)
  • July 10 – Berkeley, CA at Greek Theatre (with The Berkeley Symphony)
  • July 23 – Lenox, MA at Tanglewood (with The Boston Pops Orchestra)
  • July 25 – Philadelphia, PA at Mann Center (with The Philadelphia Orchestra)
  • July 27 – Vienna, VA at Wolftrap (with The National Symphony Orchestra)
  • July 29 – New York, NY at Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall (with The Orchestra of St.


Yet, what is most challenging to take away from this tour is Beck's versatility as an artist, bridging the gap between classical music and contemporary alternative rock, which guarantees that fans will have an unforgettable musical experience.