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Leighs Construction CSO Presents: Mad Men & Dangerous Women

When:

Thu 21 Apr 2016, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Isaac Theatre Royal, 145 Gloucester St, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Luke di Somma conductor
Cameron Douglas vocals
Tama Waipara vocals
Esther Stephens vocals

Join us to relive the days when coolness was timeless, mambo was king and The Rat Pack took up residence in Las Vegas’ Sands Hotel.

The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra will take you on a musical journey paying tribute to the golden era of the 50s and 60s with songs by Burt Bacharach to Frank Sinatra and Etta James to Amy Winehouse, featuring classics such as Fly me to the Moon, My Way and Mack the Knife.

Tama Waipara’s first foray into music was learning the clarinet and he is a graduate of the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Switching from Clarinet to Voice, Waipara is now one of the country’s leading singer-songwriters and is actively involved in theatre, festivals and recordings throughout New Zealand.

Having performed at The Court Theatre in several plays and musicals including, Grease, The Mikado, Blood Brothers and One Man, Two Guvnors, Cameron Douglas will be a familiar face to many as he makes his debut with CSO.

Singer and actor Esther Stephens is well known to New Zealand audiences with TV roles in Go Girls, When We Go To War and Westside Story but music has always been in her blood she and she has an active career on both sides of the Tasman. Stephen’s sultry, smoky-toned voice makes her the ideal torch songstress for this evening celebration of a bygone era.

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