The Brothers Four, in perfect harmony with America’s greatest folk hits since the early ’60s, have played thousands of college concerts, sung for four different U.S. presidents at the White House, appeared at countless community concerts, performed with symphony orchestras and jazz stars and toured dozens of foreign countries.
Part of the bold new generation in brass entertainment, the unique sound of brass, piano and percussion instruments and fresh, original arrangements has captivated audiences here and abroad. They’ll present “Sounds of the Cinema,” a show of Hollywood’s greatest hits coupled with a good dose of wit and humor.
David Osborne has entertained chief executives Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama plus many other dignitaries and celebrities. He’s known for his dazzling technique and style, with a repertoire that includes romantic, classical, jazz, pop, inspirational, patriotic and Broadway show tunes. He performs regularly in Las Vegas, taking audiences on a tour through “The Great American Songbook.”
Retaining the title as the “World’s Longest Running Phantom” for a decade, Franc D’Ambrosio is one of the rank of Phantom alumni who successfully crossed over to a solo career. His holiday show debuted in 2011 and has played to sold-out audiences around the country. His show features favorite holiday standards.
Not only has Sara Catherine Wheatley nailed country legend Patsy Cline’s unique style and sound, she resembles her. Wheatley will sing her soul-stirring ballads, curling around the notes, scooping and sliding from pitch to pitch to express Cline’s sheer desperation and longing. The audience is seated at tables with beverage service for this Cline tribute.
Quattrosound, is a fresh, new and innovative ensemble that blends Latin POP, JaZZ and ClassiCAL Crossover into their own genre “POPZZICAL,” a musical experience as fun as it is brilliant. The best way to experience Quattrosound is to see and hear them on stage, where you will feel the passion and energy that is overtaking every listener of their music.
A founding member of The Canadian Tenors, Ken Lavigne went was a co-founder the successful tenor trio, Romanza, which toured throughout Canada and the U.S. presenting hundreds of concerts. A singer, composer, communicator and consummate entertainer, Lavigne was recognized early for the outstanding timbre of his lyric tenor voice as well as the ease and agility with which he sings.