Folds and his 'So There' collaborators, the Brooklyn-based chamber ensemble yMusic, have announced a string of North American tour dates.
On his new album with the chamber group yMusic, the former Ben Folds Five leader blends pop and classical while retaining the qualities that made him famous.
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The album is a collaboration with NYC classical ensemble, yMusic and also includes Folds’ 20-minute, three-movement piano concerto.
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It's an amazing moment when an artist's talent catches up with their ambition and that's certainly the case with the musicians in this week's Mandatory Music.
Folds' upcoming album will feature eight chamber pop songs arranged and recorded with New York City’s yMusic Ensemble and a 21-minute piano concerto.