Hip hop classical crossover duo Black Violin map out 'Classical Boom' tour
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Black Violin recently kicked off their Classical Boom tour, which takes it’s name from the phrase used to describe the group’s unique blend of classical music with hip-hop beats and rhythms. Black Violin are touring in support of their latest album Stereotypes, however, the duo said in a statement that they are currently working on their next studio album set for release in 2018. 

The fall leg of the tour gets underway Sept. 21 Dubuque, IA ahead of dates in Colorado including a show at the Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs on Sept. 26. Classical Boom continues with dates in the Northeast and Midwest before closing out 2017 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Dec. 5. The tour extends into 2018 beginning with dates in Florida including a stop at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in St. Augustine, FL on Jan. 27. You can find a full list of 2017-18 Black Violin tour dates below.

2017-18 Black Violin Classical Boom tour dates:

August 21 — Saratoga, NY — Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 23 — Oaks Bluff, MA — Martha's Vineyard Performing Arts Center 
August 25 — Bethlehem, PA — Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks
September 21 — Dubuque, IA — Heritage Center
September 22 — Lawrence, KS — Lied Center of Kansas
September 23 — Springfield, IL — Sangamon Auditorium
September 24 — St. Louis, MO — Sheldon Theater
September 26 — Colorado Springs, CO — Pikes Peak Center (Get Tickets
September 27 — Durango, CO — Fort Lewis College
September 28 & 29 — Denver, CO — Newman Center for the Performing Arts 
September 30 — Fort Collins, CO — The Lincoln Center
October 10 — Williamsport, PA — Community Arts Center
October 11 — Philadelphia, PA — Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts 
October 12 — Rochester, NY — Nazareth College Arts Center
October 13 — Pittsburgh, PA — Byham Theater
October 14 — Springfield, OH — Clark State Performing Arts Center
October 15 — Newark, OH — Midland Theatre
October 17 — Cincinnati, OH — Aronoff Center for the Arts
October 19 — Elmira, NY — Clemens Center
October 20 — Jamestown, NY — The Reg Lenna Center for the Arts
October 26 — Fort Wayne, IN — Embassy Theatre
October 28 — Milwaukee, WI — Marcus Center for the Performing Arts 
November 3 — Purchase, NY — The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College 
November 4 — York, PA — Appell Center for the Performing Arts
November 8 — Indiana, PA — IUP Performing Arts Center
November 10 — Bethesda, MD — Strathmore Music Center
November 12 — Chicago, IL — City Winery Chicago
November 17 — St. Paul, MN — Ordway Center for the Performing Arts 
December 5 — Los Angeles, CA — The Theater at Ace Hotel (Get Tickets)
Jan. 25 - Ft Lauderdale, Fl - Broward Center For The Performing Arts
Jan. 27 - St. Augustine, Fl - Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (Get Tickets)
Jan. 31 - Tampa, Fl - Straz Center For The Arts    
Feb. 10 - Avon Park, Fl - South Florida Community College    
Feb. 16 - Carmel-by-the-sea, Ca - Sunset Center    
Feb. 17 - Lancaster, Ca - Cal Poly Arts – Christopher Cohan Center    
Feb. 18 - Orange, Ca - Musco Center    
Feb. 21 - Lancaster, Ca - Lancaster Performing Arts Center    
Feb. 22 - Escondido, Ca - California Center For The Arts    
Feb. 23 - Chandler, Az    Chandler Center For The Arts    
Feb. 26 - Logan, Ut - Cache Valley Center For The Arts    
Feb. 27 - Salt Lake City, Ut - Kingsbury Hall, University Of Utah    
March 1 - Santa Fe, Nm - The Lensic Performing Arts Center    
April 4 - Washington, Dc - Kennedy Center Concert Hall    
April 12 - New Brunswick, Nj - State Theatre New Jersey    
April 19 - Richmond, Ky - Eastern Kentucky University Center    
April 20 - Boone, Nc - Appalachian State University    
May 2 - Cedar Falls, Ia - Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center    
May 3 - Madison, Wi - Overture Center – Capitol Theater    
May 4 - Kalamazoo, Mi - Miller Auditorium    
May 5 - Flint, Mi - The Whiting    
Aug. 21 - Oak Bluffs, Ma - Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center