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Can't Stop Singing That Song! at Berklee Performance Center

Etix uploaded this event on September 7, 2019


Berklee Performance Center
136 Massachusetts Ave
Boston, MA
617 747 2261


Sun, October 20, 2019
7:00 pm



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<p>Join members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the Boston Children’s Chorus and special guests to celebrate the music of Aline Shader with arrangements for 15-piece big band, youth chorus and special guests by Carlos Henriquez (bassist with Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra).</p>
<p>This promises to be a memorable afternoon with a blend of timeless, uplifting lyrics, lilting melodies with the big band sound. Guest soloists include: Julie Silver, Kate Taylor, Kemp Harris, Joel Esher, Johanna Grüssner, Sami Greenberg, Elana Cutler, Lily Bayrock, Anna Zonderman and Maya Lassiter. </p>...

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