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SwingTime Big Band

at Madison TheatreSun Dec 09
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Location

Madison Theatre

1000 Hempstead Avenue
Rockville Centre - 11571

Tel: 516-678-5000 ext:7715
Contact Name: MadisonTheatre
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
 
Sun, Dec 09, 2012

Cost:    $30 - 15 Ticket available : https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/915774.

Description

With five performances on Lincoln Center’s renowned Midsummer Night Swing series, Long Island’s own Swingtime Big Band makes its Madison Theatre debut with its first ever holiday concert! This 20-piece authentic Swing Era band, led by Steve Shaiman, will thrill you with the brassy Christmas carols of Stan Kenton (in recognition of the Kenton centennial), and highlights from The Nutcracker Suite, as arranged by Duke Ellington, Shorty Rogers and Les Brown (in recognition of Brown’s 100th birthday!), plus there will be a some really swingin’ Chanukah tunes to celebrate the Festival of Lights! Vocalists Bobbie Ruth and Jerry Costanzo bring it all home for the holidays with classic seasonal standards from the Great American Songbook.

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