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‘Tonight’, the music of Leonard Bernstein

Crazy Coqs Cabaret, W1F 7ED , [Venue Details]

Leonard Bernstein was one of the Titans of music-making in the 20th century. His timeless compositions for choirs, soloists and orchestras remain essential parts of the musical scene.

Wednesday,
17 Jul 2024
@9.15pm

Among his most memorable creations are his extensive musical theatre compositions, of which “West Side Story” is the most famous.

Giving voice to this wide collection, in his original and most creative manner, comes Rob Barron, with his trio, among our most respected and creative jazz pianists. Rob recognises that Bernstein’s imaginative creations give themselves generously to an updated and improvised interpretation. Indeed, Leonard Bernstein did enjoy playing the piano with a trio.

Singing the great Bernstein music is Emma Smith, one of our fastest rising jazz vocalists; no stranger to Crazy Coqs audiences and already making waves across the U.K. and now internationally.

In this “Tonight” concert –following successful 2023 concerts including the EFG London Jazz Festival, Rob devotes the first half to “West Side Story”, whilst the second half captures a wide range of music from Bernstein’s “Candide”, “On The Town”, “Peter Pan”,” Wonderful Town”, “A Quiet Place” and more.

Joining Rob and Emma for these concerts are two of our very best accomplished jazz masters, Jeremy Brown– double bass and Josh Morrison – drums.

More Information

  • Admission

    Min: £25.00

    Max: £27.00

  • Performer name: Rob Barron Trio feat. Emma Smith

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‘Tonight’, the music of Leonard Bernstein

Wednesday, 17 Jul 2024 @9.15pm

Crazy Coqs Cabaret, W1F 7ED
Musical Theatre
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More Information

Leonard Bernstein was one of the Titans of music-making in the 20th century. His timeless compositions for choirs, soloists and orchestras remain essential parts of the musical scene.

Among his most memorable creations are his extensive musical theatre compositions, of which “West Side Story” is the most famous.

Giving voice to this wide collection, in his original and most creative manner, comes Rob Barron, with his trio, among our most respected and creative jazz pianists. Rob recognises that Bernstein’s imaginative creations give themselves generously to an updated and improvised interpretation. Indeed, Leonard Bernstein did enjoy playing the piano with a trio.

Singing the great Bernstein music is Emma Smith, one of our fastest rising jazz vocalists; no stranger to Crazy Coqs audiences and already making waves across the U.K. and now internationally.

In this “Tonight” concert –following successful 2023 concerts including the EFG London Jazz Festival, Rob devotes the first half to “West Side Story”, whilst the second half captures a wide range of music from Bernstein’s “Candide”, “On The Town”, “Peter Pan”,” Wonderful Town”, “A Quiet Place” and more.

Joining Rob and Emma for these concerts are two of our very best accomplished jazz masters, Jeremy Brown– double bass and Josh Morrison – drums.

  • Admission

    Min: £25.00

    Max: £27.00

  • Performer name: Rob Barron Trio feat. Emma Smith

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