Orchestra brings Broadway tunes

Mary Winspear Centre lightens up with Palm Court Light concert

The Palm Court Light Orchestra will enchant an audience at the Charlie White Theatre.

Some Enchanted Evening will feature Vancouver baritone Andrew Greenwood. The orchestra salutes American musical theatre with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific, The King & I , and Oklahoma. The show also includes selections by Jerome Kern, Cole Porter’s Kiss Me Kate, and Stephen Sondheim’s Gypsy.

Soloist Greenwood has enjoyed a career in Canada and Europe. His Canadian credits include Victoria, Vancouver and Edmonton operas and performances with the Victoria, Vancouver, Prince George and Kamloops symphonies. For his debut with the Palm Court Light Orchestra, Greenwood will perform Oh What a Beautiful Morning from Oklahoma, O’l Man River from Showboat, Jerome Kern’s All The Things You Are, It’s a Grand Night For Singing and The Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha. The orchestra concludes the concert with selections from Les Miserables.

Some Enchanted Evening is in the Charlie White Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30 and are available at the Mary Winspear box office at 250-656-0275.


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