Photo Credit: Tristan Williams

Bruce Hornsby and yMusic have joined forces to present BrhyM: A Collaborative Concert Experience, commencing in 2024 with U.S. tour dates. The concert experience will combine the musical efforts of American acclaimed pianist Hornsby–known as a member of the Grateful Dead in the early ‘90s–and the contemporary classical ensemble yMusic to showcase new collaborative classical and pop sounds, as well as Hornsby’s impressive solo catalog.

Following the New Year, the tour will pick up on March 7 at the Foellinger Great Hall in Urbana, Ill. BrhyM will run through the midwest with stops in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Missouri before landing for two gigs along the Eastern Seaboard–North Carolina and Virginia. The ensemble will then trek cross country to The Golden State for shows in Carmel, Calif., San Francisco, Santa Rosa, San Luis Obispo and Thousand Oaks. BryhM will close out the remaining dates with a stop in Seattle and a final performance in Denver at the Paramount Theater on Apr. 23.

Previously, Hornsby and yMusic previously coupled their musical efforts for a five-show tour in 2020. “yMusic and I performed a brief 5-concert tour in late February/early March 2020, ending approximately 1 week before the world shut down for COVID.” Hornsby added, “We had such a good time playing those five gigs that we kept collaborating remotely during the pandemic and wanted to do this all again under a new name — BrhyM.” 

To learn more about the impending tour and to buy tickets, visit the official website here.

BrhyM 2024 US Tour

March 7 – Foellinger Great Hall – Urbana, Ill.

March 9 – The Palladium at The Center for the Performing Arts – Carmel, Ind. 

March 10  – Pick-Staiger Concert Hall – Evanston, Ill. 

March 12  – Hoyt Sherman Place – Des Moines, Iowa

March 14 – Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts – Kansas City, Mo.

March 15 – J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts at Lindenwood University – Saint Charles, Mo.

March 20 – Wilson Center – Wilmington, N.C

March 21 – Ferguson Center for the Arts – Newport News, Va.

Apr. 4 – Sunset Center Theater – Carmel, Calif.

Apr. 5 – Herbst Theatre – San Francisco

Apr. 7 – Luther Burbank Center for the Arts – Santa Rosa, Calif.

Apr. 9 – Cal Poly Performing Arts Center – San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Apr. 10 – The Bank of America Performing Arts Center – Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Apr. 22 – Benaroya Hall – Seattle

Apr. 23 – Paramount Theatre – Denver